Khaled El Enany
Egypt’s Minister of Tourism&Antiquities Speaks in “Bil Arabi Keda” program on DMC.
They discussed ways to promote bilateral tourism especially that tourists from both countries do not require an entry visa.
Together, they discussed ways to promote air travel to Egyptian airports in touristic destinations.
Work in the Grand Staircase is 100 percent complete and the treasures of King Tutankhamun are placed in 60 percent of their designated display cases.
The Board of Directors of the Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board [ETPB] headed by Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled el-Enany convened and discussed mechanisms and proposals for promoting tourism in Egypt.
The decision came as a continuation of the ministry's policy to support cultural tourism and encourage one-day trips from Red Sea cities to the Nile Valley.
The Tourism Recovery Summit recommends formulating a unified mechanism for travel and tourism amid the global pandemic.
Enany congratulated Prince Sultan Al-Saud on his appointment as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Grand Egyptian Museum by Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
During the meeting, enhancing tourism and archaeological cooperation between the two countries and increasing inbound tourism from Serbia to Egypt was discussed.
It was one of the points of the journey of the Holy Family in Egypt.
During the meeting, Enani praised the ministry's efforts in the field of ecotourism, especially the Eco Egypt campaign to promote ecotourism in a different way.
The restoration works aim to restore their original luster, and highlight their archaeological and artistic beauty.
Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled el-Enany and Minister of Civil Aviation Mohammed Manar, inaugurated today, in celebration of International Museum Day, two new museums at Cairo International Airport in Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.
Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled el-Enany participated in the 28th Arabian Travel Market [ATM 2021], which is held from May 16-19 in Dubai, UAE.
This initiative included the allocation of EGP 50 billion to revamp hotels, tourism institutions and the fleets of tourism transport, as well as a sum of EGP 3 billion to fund wages and maintenance costs.
A number of decisions were taken to develop the services presented to visitors heading to museums and archaeological sites, raise tourism and archaeological awareness among the Egyptian people and stimulate the movement of cultural tourism.
The Minister of Tourism & Antiquities wished success to the Steering Committee in carrying out its tasks and responsibilities in the coming period.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities released a video of the restoration work of the dome of the shrine of Imam Al-Shafei, which was inaugurated on World Heritage Day on April 18.
Fourteen of the Royal Mummies were placed in two display boxes in NMEC's Mummies Hall, in preparation for receiving visitors on World Heritage Day which falls on April 18, 2021.
The convention aimed to discuss strengthening means of cooperation between Egypt and the European Union in the fields of archaeological and tourism work.