Egypt Tourism expected to boost after the great success of the presidential elections….

 

Egypt Tourism expected to boost after the great success of the presidential elections….



 

Last week, Egypt celebrated the success of the presidential elections, and the sworn of the newly elected president of Egypt, Mr. Abdel Fattah El Sisi, overcoming another challenging step of it’s roadmap. Mr.El Sisi successfully passed the elections with over 93% of the votes, with participant percentage of 47% of the actual voting power of the country. The sworn in ceremony was conducted with participation of major Arab-African leader’s crowd, and high official delegates of world leading countries. The large participation in the elections process locally, and the international participation in the ceremony, both represent a positive signs of the will of the Egyptians and the international opinion about the required and long-waited for restoration of social, political & economical stability of Egypt and to build a better future for their country.

 

"Egypt is keen to cooperate with all brotherly and friendly countries, and it is committed to implementing its international obligations," said President El-Sisi in a conversation with the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon.

 

During his elections campaign, Mr. Sisi met with a delegation of investors and businessmen representing the tourism sector in Egypt, so as to know about their vision on how to exploit the culture heritage of Egypt through tourism development in the coming period, the meeting reflected the care and eagerness of the new president to get to know all about and support easing the most important challenges facing this vital sector. He added: “We have to move forward until we build our country, and we create a real investment climate.

On another important good news notification for the travel sector, Egyptian supreme council of antiquities have announced that 47% of the concrete skeleton of the buildings of the Grand Egyptian Museum near the Pyramids site at Giza are already done, the minister of antiquities Mr. Mohamed Ibrahim announced last week and the process of the original plan for the launching is smoothly going within the pre-scheduled timeframe..