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South Sinai celebrates 32nd anniversary of Taba’s return to Egypt
Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled El-Anani has revealed that the country received about 3.7 million tourists in 2020 that brought in an average of $4.1bn in revenues.
The meeting was held to discuss a number of issues Egypt’s tourism sector is facing, and to identify the challenges and obstacles this vital sector faces in light of the second wave of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The cooperation will look to develop Egypt’s diving and marine activities, in a way that preserves the environment and achieves the development of sustainable tourism.
Al-Anani began the meeting by welcoming the ambassador to Cairo, and expressed his wishes for Olling’s success during his tenure in his new position. The minister also expressed his hopes that the two countries will witness further cooperation in the future.
The meeting was attended by Ayman Ashmawy, Head of the Egyptian Antiquities Sector at the Supreme Council of Antiquities.
The availability of these tests has come with the agreement of Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled Al-Anani, and will come into effect as soon as the charter flights return to operation.
Al-Anani met with German officials to discuss resumption of inbound tourism into Egypt from Germany
Al-Anani’s decision comes in line with court ruling that cancelled results ETAA board elections in 2018
Cultural tourism will resume in Egypt on Tuesday, with country boasting rich and diverse array of tourism products, says Khaled Al-Anani
Sharm El-Sheikh Museum has so far received nearly 5,800 artefacts
Meeting discusses possibility of seeking assistance from experts to develop long-term tourism marketing plan
Tourists have visited Egypt and returned home, with no coronavirus infections reported
Health and safety controls for return of international tourism were discussed during meetings with sector representatives
The ministers discussed Egyptian-German cooperation and the preparations and precautionary measures required in both countries to resume the flow of tourism.
El-Anany also announced closure of two Cairo tourist restaurants due to lack of commitment to worker protections
During that meeting with Sharm El-Sheikh investors Anany stressed that the political leadership is keen to revive the Egyptian tourism sector.
Tourism financing from global institutions still very weak, says minister
Many were taken by surprise when news leaked that locally and internationally acclaimed economist Rania Al-Mashat was appointed to become Egypt’s minister of tourism, followingsucceeding Yehia Rashed, who was known for his quite impressive record of experience in the field and for the pivotal roles he played therein for many years. Mostly, comments on the …
Pilgrimage programme is unique experience offered by Egypt as gift to world, says Rashid
France’s international travel and tourism trade fair IFTM Top Resa is taking place from 20-23 September
Illicit Gains Authority referred Zoheir Garana and family to criminal court
Egyptian tourism income increased to $3.3bn from January to June versus $3.2bn in the same period last year
The Northwest Coast Development Project is among the vast developmental and multidimensional projects currently run by the government, according to a statement made by Minister of Tourism, Hisham Zaazou. Zaazou said that the project will serve both tourism and agricultural purposes in the northwest coast hinterlands, increasing population density in the Delta through big environmental …
Tourism ministry launches new stimulus programme for charter flights beginning in November with special subsidies for Luxor, Aswan, and Taba
Advisory council to assist tourism minister with practical experience
Finance and tourism ministers to meet this month to resolve dispute between Real Estate Taxation Authority (RTA) and Chamber of Hotels over property tax law
The marketing campaigns launched by the Ministry of Tourism in collaboration with Google include the Arab countries, which represent 20% of the incoming tourism traffic, and the nations of Europe, which represent 72%.
Government hopes to remove diesel subsidies in early November in two stages; hotels and tourist transportation companies to receive diesel at actual price of EGP 5.35
The North African country hopes to welcome 7 million tourists this year, a slight increase on the 6.9 million who visited in 2010 before the revolution that ousted a decades-old dictatorship and unleashed outbreaks of Islamist violence that damaged Tunisia’s reputation.