Minister of Tourism: We will make the experience of the participants in the climate conference a model that reflects the civilized image of Egypt

During the second day of his visit to the city of Sharm el-Sheikh, today, Ahmed Issa, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, continued his visit to an inspection tour of a number of other hotel facilities in the city to see the progress of work and preparations and tourist equipment in them in preparation for the city’s reception of visitors and delegations participating in the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Change Climate COP 27, which will start its activities in a few days, and will continue from the 6th to the 18th of November.

During the tour, the minister was acquainted with the procedures followed in these facilities to ensure the implementation of all health safety standards, food safety requirements, green practices, and high-speed Internet speeds, in addition to inspecting the reception areas, lobby, hotel rooms and suites, and water desalination and treatment plants.

During his tour, the minister was keen to meet the workers in these facilities and learn about the various training courses they received, stressing the ministry’s keenness to intensify training courses for workers in the tourism sector to enhance and develop their skills, stressing the importance of the tourism industry and its role in the country’s national economy, and the role of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities as a regulator. A watchdog, catalyst and enabler, in addition to its role as a manager of public spending programs aimed at empowering the private sector.

Ahmed Issa also stressed the need to exert more efforts and be keen to make the stay and experience of all tourists and participants in the conference a real and realistic model that reflects the civilized image of Egypt and its important tourist position, in an effort to come out with this huge global conference in an impressive way before the eyes of the world worthy of Egypt’s name, and by organizing at the highest level a conference Climate as one of the most important global conferences.

The minister was accompanied on the tour by a number of members of the Coordinating Committee to follow up the tourism sector’s preparations for Egypt’s hosting of the “COP 27” conference, which was formed last December by a ministerial decision, as well as members of the permanent committee that is constantly present in Sharm El-Sheikh to follow up on the preparations of hotel and tourist establishments and other facilities that deal with With the tourists in the city within the framework of Egypt’s hosting of the “COP 27” conference.

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