CAIRO – 13 October 2022: Egypt’s Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouli inspected Thursday the developments in organising the green and blue zones in Sharm el Sheikh amid ongoing preparations for holding the 2022 global climate conference, COP27, in the long-lasting Red Sea resort city in November.
During his inspection tour of the town, Madbouli identified that the massive infrastructure and construction work being implemented here reflects the close coordination among the many Egyptian authorities and the international bodies, a matter which proves that Egypt is able to organizing and hosting such form of major international events.
Madbouli was briefed by Environment Minister Yasmine Fouad, and Housing Minister Assem el Gazzar on the most recent developments and the progress made within the green and blue zones, which will probably be the venue for the assorted activities of COP27.
Madbouli stressed Thursday the importance of completing all the present projects and construction work in Sharm el Sheikh well before the start of the COP27.
During his evening tour of Sharm el Sheikh during his visit to the Red Sea resort city to examine preparations being implemented to host the worldwide event in November.
The PM was briefed by South Sinai governor Khaled Foda on the event works conducted in Sharm el Sheikh in cooperation with investors and businessmen, stressing that the work is being implemented across the clock to get the job done in keeping with the set timetable
Madbouli also inspected the event works on the Naama Bay diving hub, the primary center for diving services in South Sinai governorate.
The premier’s visit to Naama Bay was a part of his tour of Sharm El Sheikh City to follow up on the event works of some projects and road constructions ahead of the UN Climate Summit, as a result of be held next month within the Red Sea resort.
The premier was briefed by Head of Sinai Company for Hotels and Diving Clubs Samir Taha who said that Naama Bay’s development has began six months ago.
Taha said that such development works are carried out in compliance with international standards and in accordance with the conditions of the environment and transport ministries with an objective for harboring yachts and boats that herald tourists willing to practice diving activities.