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Parts of ship were found during excavations in 1994 by US Naval Archeology Center expedition
Military exercises included protecting vital sea target, air defence exercises, and landing helicopters on marine units
Egyptian and Spanish naval forces have carried out transient maritime training within the Southern Fleet in Egypt’s Red Sea area, according to a statement from Egyptian Military Spokesperson Tamer El-Refae on Saturday. The Egyptian frigate “Sharm El-Sheikh” and the Spanish frigate “ESPS Reina Sofia” joined the drills, which included different training activities. It saw specialised …
Visit took place as part of eco-tourism initiative, Eco Egypt which aims to support ecotourism and natural reserves, whilst raising environmental awareness
Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board announced that Hurghada also received the first tourist group from the Slovakian capital, Bratislava
About 2 million tourists visited Egypt from 1 January to 16 March: Tourism Ministry
The website also ranked Sharm El Luli as the 25th best beach worldwide, and the second best beach in the Middle East region. It is depicted on the site as a “paradise, a pristine, beautiful beach and a tropical aquarium underwater”.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry meets Russian Minister of Industry and Commerce Denis Manturov in Moscow
In a statement, Al-Refae said that Egypt’s Al-Naser and Abu Qir frigates and the Spanish frigate Santa Maria took part in the exercise, which included transportation drills.
Tourists came from Belarus, Ukraine, Switzerland, Hungary, and Serbia
Decision aims to boost Egypt’s tourism sector amid COVID-19 crisis
Total of 541 hotels across 21 governorates have so far receive certificates to reopen
8 diving centres, 6 yachts, 2 marine activities centres receive health safety certificate to reopen
Limited reservations in Red Sea hotels anticipated over June, with real recovery in July and August, says Akel
Ganope’s daily production of crude oil reaches 23,000 barrels in March
Levels of ethane and propane in the air above the Red Sea’s North end were extremely high
Berenice is considered the largest military base in the Red Sea, the largest naval base in the Middle East and North Africa, and the second of its kind in Egypt.
Fishermen mysteriously disappeared during a fishing trip near Abu Ramada Island last week
In February, the results of the geophysical data analysis in the Red Sea, carried out by Schlumberger in cooperation with Ganope, pointed out that there is a 70% chance for new natural gas discoveries.
During our trip, we experienced the ancient streets of Cairo before embarking on a Nile cruise from Luxor to Aswan – ending our adventure on the tranquil coast of the Red Sea.
Egyptian, French naval forces conduct separate training in Mediterranean Sea
El-Galla aims to get into Guinness World Record by finishing the last chapter of his extreme triathlon, to raise awareness of the plastic waste crisis
Sovereign Council sacks Res Sea governor, chief of security
“I expect demand to continue to grow at historical high rate of 12%,” says IWAN CEO
Saudi Arabia participates as observer
According to a statement from the armed forces’ official spokesperson, orders were released to the navy to directly save the boat after the arrival of a notification of the boat’s sinking status. Forces assigned to save the boat were afforded all the medical and administrative help for the people onboard.
‘I wanted to use wide array of vibrant hues, which can only be found in underwater ecosystems,’ says designer
Governorate will also stop licencing factories manufacturing thin plastic bags
French launch was drowning in sea due to bad weather
The results of recent geophysical data analysis in the Red Sea carried out by Schlumberger in cooperation with Ganoub El Wadi Petroleum Holding Company (Ganope) revealed a 70% potentiality for new natural gas discoveries according to a seismic survey. A source from the petroleum sector told Daily News Egypt that the analysis have shown that …