The event will take place on January 10-13 in South Sinai's Sharm El Sheikh.
The total area where farmers adopted the micro—irrigation system reached 800,000 acres of arable land, he said.
Modernizing irrigation systems is part of a larger plan to save water.
Those are located within the 17 Bedouin residential areas the government is introducing on the peninsula.
The plant will be the largest in the Middle East.
“Water scarcity and climatic changes make the situation of water management in Egypt more difficult and very sensitive towards any unilateral measures,” said Abdel-Atti.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received his Tanzanian counterpart Samia Hassan Wednesday in Al Itihadiyah presidential palace holding an official ceremony.
At a board meeting of the authority regulating drinking water and sewage, he added that his ministry is working to provide safe drinking water for the citizens while recycling drainage water to be used in other purposes.
They met on the sidelines of summit meetings taking place within the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) held in Glasgow.
Egypt has a significant relationship with bilateral and multilateral development partners in Europe, as they contribute to the implementation of priority projects in a wide range of areas, including the water and wastewater, on both public and private sector levels.
“Cairo is raising alarm if the whole world [people] do not join their efforts to deal with the challenges related to the most scarce and most important resource, which is water,” said the Water Minister.
“Egypt will not give up its right to water,” he said.
Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli and Hungarian President János Áder will also address the fourth CWW that will last till October 28.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi began his visit to Athens Tuesday by a bilateral meeting with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
As per the agreement, Scatec will build and operate the facility to produce green hydrogen with quantities ranging from 50 to 100 megawatts.
U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and accompanying delegation visited Egypt Wednesday.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on September 29.
The president made the announcement Monday.
That was while inaugurating via video-conference Bahr Al Baqar Wastewater Treatment Plant, which is the world's largest.
It will serve the reclamation of 400 feddans (one feddan equals 4,500 square meters) in Sinai.