Sheikhs of Bedouin tribes in South Sinai thank President Sisi, Gov. for recent projects within region



Fri, 03 Jun 2022 - 11:58 GMT


Fri, 03 Jun 2022 - 11:58 GMT

CAIRO – 3 June 2022: Sheikhs of the Bedouin tribes in Saint Catherine city, South Sinai thanked President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and the government for implementing several huge projects within the region including the Great Transfiguration project.

They described the project as ‘very important’, and stressed that it constitutes a great and promising opportunity in the region.

They also thanked the executive leaders for their cooperation during the last period, noting that they there is a ‘noticeable change’ in the services provided to citizens in the region.

For his part, the Prime Minister confirmed that this project is being implemented for the ‘region’s residents’ in the first place, and it will be an ‘excellent opportunity’ for creating new jobs.

Madbouli pointed out that this project is part of the recent tourism projects implemented by the government, for developing, renovating the sacred and religious places in Egypt.

Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli made on Friday an inspection tour to check on progress in the project to develop Saint Catherine's Monastery and its surroundings.

Madbouli lauded the project, stressing its great importance to spiritual tourism.

The premier listened to an explanation about the major project which will improve the area's potential along with maintaining its spiritual aspects.

Madbouli also inspected the Zaytuna neighbourhood project in Saint Catherine.

Including housing units, the new project aims to accommodate the expected housing density after completing the development process in the area.

The implementation rate of concrete works in the residential neighborhood of Zaytouna has reached 80%.

The inspection tour included the Great Transfiguration project site around St Catherine in South Sinai.

The project includes a 3170-square meter visitor centre, a reception area, and information office, shops, administrative offices, flight booking offices, a restaurant, a cafeteria, and a planetarium.

The premier also toured the Peace Square project, which includes a 7,300-square meters outdoor celebration plaza, a museum, and a theatre.

He also visited projects to construct an integrated mountain hotel and an eco hostel in Saint Catherine.



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