"The unprecedented incentive programs have been adopted and the tourist visa has been exempted for all citizens of the world until October 31," said Khaled Al-Anani, Egyptian Minister of Tourism and Antiquities.
"The unprecedented incentive programs have been adopted and the tourist visa has been exempted for all citizens of the world until October 31," said Egyptian Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled Al-Anani.
He added, according to what was reported by the Egyptian newspaper "Al-Ahram" that he visited Sharm El-Sheikh, Hurghada and Hurghada Airport, in addition to learning about the controls of the Ministry of Aviation, and hotels were visited to find out the precautionary measures to prevent Corona virus.
Khaled Al-Anani said in a television statement, presented by the media, Ahmed Moussa, on the program "On My Responsibility", which is broadcast on "Echo Al-Balad" channel: "All the places I visited are safer and have appropriate health conditions to limit the spread of the Corona virus."
Khaled Al-Anani said: "We are ready to return foreign tourism to Egypt from the beginning of July in South Sinai, the Red Sea and Matrouh."
Khaled Al-Anani added: "We have more than 1,200 hotels in Egypt, and about 30% of them have obtained business licenses, about 350 hotels, 20% of which are in Sharm El-Sheikh, with 69 hotels."