Madbouli’s comments came during his
meeting with Tourism and Antiquities Minister Ahmed Eissa, where they discussed
some files on the Ministry of Tourism’s plans.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi has
underscored the importance of increasing the number of tourists visiting Egypt
and target new tourist markets, the premier said.
The meeting touched on the
country’s efforts to overcome the problems that could face the tourist
investors and re-operating the troubled projects and hotels, especially in
Sharm el Sheikh.
For his side, Eissa praised the
achievements of the previous tourism minister and talented staff within the
tourism Ministry, and briefed Madbouli on his activities and meetings since
came to office recently.
Source: State Information Service