Red Sea Governor, Amr Hanafy, has responded to a request by the consul-generals of the UK, France, and Russia to allocate land for the building of cemeteries for their nationals who reside and might pass away in Hurghada on the Red Sea Coast.
Mr Hanafy’s approval was given during a meeting with the was received consuls at the governorate headquarters. The three consuls are Sophia Lyon, the British Consul in Cairo and Director of Consular Affairs in the Red Sea; Franco Bojo, the French Consul-General in Cairo; and Victor Voropaev, the Russian Consul-General in Hurghada. The meeting was attended by Ayman al-Bahrawy, director of the Tourism Promotion Authority in the Red Sea Governorate.
Mr Hanafy stressed that the governorate was keen on supporting communities that reside in it. He reviewed the cautionary measures implemented to limit the spread of coronavirus.
Among other issues discussed were the means of joint cooperation in other fields such as small industries, technology and agriculture.
For their parts, the three consuls thanked the Governor and expressed their safe feelings towards all measures taken in Egypt, and praised the security and stability realised by Egypt’s police in Hurghada.
25 October 2020