The Prime Minister for Tourist Investors: “If we support the sector, it needs milk from the sparrow, we will answer it.”

After the end of the presentation of the Governor of South Sinai on the projects of Sharm El-Sheikh, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly met today with a group of tourism investors in the city; This is to review development projects and raise the efficiency of hotel facilities, within the framework of the ongoing preparations to host the 27th session of the Summit of the Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (Cop27), next November, as well as the challenges facing the implementation of these projects to overcome them and push them to work.

The Prime Minister began the meeting by emphasizing that the projects being implemented during the current period in the city of Sharm el-Sheikh, as part of the preparations for the Climate Summit, are a real opportunity to increase the number of tourists coming to the city during the next stage, noting that he is keen to hold periodic meetings with investors working in the sector. tourism; This is in order to listen to their perceptions about the advancement of the sector, pointing out that this comes in parallel with his coordination with the Ministries of Tourism and Antiquities and Aviation to discuss ways to increase the rates of incoming tourism to the country, and thus maximize the returns from this rich sector, which can achieve an economic return. Larger.

The Prime Minister asked investors to prepare a list of all requests and proposals for the advancement of the tourism sector, saying: “If Laban al-Asfour would come in support of this sector.. Dream while we achieve dreams in support of this vital sector.” It also plays a major role in promoting this sector, which relies heavily on the private sector.

Scroll to Top