Chairman of the Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board Hisham el-Demery – Archive
AMMAN - 14 November 2017: Tourism in Egypt has started to recover and the relevant initial indicators are “more than positive,” chairman of Egypt's Tourism Promotion Authority Hisham el Demeiry said on Tuesday.
In statements to MENA correspondent here on the sidelines of his participation in the first regional conference on tourism in the Middle East and North Africa, Demeiry noted that despite the current absence of the British and Russian tourists, there are several other markets coming to Egypt.
There is an increase in the number of tourists coming from traditional markets, such as Germany and Italy, or the new ones, like Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Poland, India and China, he said.
The two-day conference was inaugurated on Tuesday in Amman under the theme “Competitiveness for Sustainable Growth.