Egypt, Romania sign twinning protocol to boost cooperation in tourism


Wed, 07 Apr 2021 - 10:51 GMT

Sharm el-Sheikh resort - FILE

Sharm el-Sheikh resort - FILE

CAIRO – 7 April 2021: Egypt’s South Sinai city of Sharm el-Sheikh and a Romanian city signed a twinning protocol to increase cooperation in tourism sector between both countries.


This came during a Tuesday meeting between Governor of South Sinai Major General Khaled Fouda and Ambassador of Romania in Cairo Mihai Stefan Stobaro.   


The Romania ambassador praised the booming development in the charming city of Sharm el-Sheikh, and thanked the governor for his distinguished efforts to promote tourism.


For his part, Governor Fouda expressed his happiness at the signing of the protocol aiming to increase cooperation in various fields, especially in the tourism field.


He further pointed out that many twinning protocols have been signed between the city of Sharm el-Sheikh and a number of similar cities around the world within the framework of activation, tourism promotion and cultural exchange between peoples.



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