PM probes with tourism investors boosting partnerships in New Alamain



Wed, 12 Jan 2022 - 08:24 GMT


Wed, 12 Jan 2022 - 08:24 GMT

CAIRO – 12 January 2022:  Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouli said Wednesday that Egypt plans that the private sector takes the helm of the tourism sector, and work on overcoming all current challenges.

Madbouli's comments came during his meeting with Housing Minister Assem el Gazzar, Tourism and Antiquities Minister Khaled Anani, president of Rixos Hotels Nasser Abdul Latif, and other tourism investors and developers, where they discussed tourist projects in the North Coast's New Alamain City.


Egypt will spare no effort to provide all support to the investors in the tourism field to enable them take the lead of this key sector, Madbouli said, stressing that unlocking the promising potentials in the tourism sector would serve the interests of both the country and investors, as it could meet the state's development goal in addition to its price returns for the private sector.

The premier expounded President Abdel Fattah El Sisi's directives for accelerating the establishment of tourism and investment projects in New Alamain City to revive tourist arrivals and activity in Egypt, as it could create sustainable jobs, and increase the country's dollar inflows.

For his side, Abdul Latif said he probed establishing world hotels and real estate projects in New Alamain City




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