Governor of South Sinai Khalid Fuda with Azerbaijan Culture and Tourism Minister Abulfas Garayev in Baku November 16, 2017 – Press Photo
EL TOR, Egypt, Dec 4 (MENA) - Khaled Fouda, the governor of South Sinai, has formed a committee to study a project to develop Naama Bay in the Red Sea resort city of Sharm el Sheikh.
A three-kilometer walk should be established as part of the project, as well as a bicycle track and parking lots.
Parks, artificial lakes, landscapes, and murals are also included in the plan meant to promote services in the international tourist city.
Another meeting should be held by the end of the week to further probe the issue before studies are referred to ministries concerned for ratification.
The governor stressed the need to complete that project by November 2019 before the next youth forum.
The project to develop Naama Bay is estimated to cost some 150 million pounds.