Egypt's Min. of Tourism Antiquities Khaled el-Enany (Right) during the meeting with the ambassador - photo via Egypt's Min. of Tourism & Antiquities
CAIRO - 3 November 2020: Egypt's Minister of Tourism & Antiquities Khaled el-Enany, received in his office at the Ministry's headquarters in Zamalek, the ambassador of Hungary who recently assumed his duties as ambassador to his country in Cairo.
This is part the Ministry’s endeavors to communicate with the ambassadors of different countries in Egypt to enhance cooperation with them in the fields of tourism and archaeology.
The minister welcomed the ambassador of Hungary, congratulating him on his new position, wishing him success in his work, and that the upcoming period would witness further cooperation between Egypt and his country in the field of tourism and archeology.
During the meeting, the minister and the ambassador discussed the possibility of increasing the rate of tourism from Hungary to Egypt.
The minister referred to Egypt's successful experience in the resumption international tourism as of last July. He said that Hungary was one of the first countries whose tourists returned to Sharm el-Sheikh and Hurghada after the resumption of the international tourism movement.
In a related context, the Enany received Ambassador Oybek Usmanov, the Ambassador of Uzbekistan, who came to bid the minister farewell before the end of his term as his country's ambassador in Cairo.
They discussed strengthening cooperation between the two countries in the field of conservation, especially manuscripts, and working on exchanging experiences between the two countries in this field, in addition to training archaeologists and conservators.
They also discussed attracting more tourist traffic from Uzbekistan to Egypt.
The ambassador thanked the minister for the fruitful and effective cooperation, in the field of tourism and antiquities.
At the end of the meeting, the minister wished the Uzbekistan ambassador success in his new duties.