The head of the Egyptian resort province of the Red Sea, Ahmed Abdullah, appeared in a suit of an Egyptian street sweeper. The official swept a street in Hurghada along with several workers and citizens, as well as an Islamic imam and a Coptic bishop.
This happened after the reconstruction of a large part of the Al-Malah area, as part of a project to modernize Hurghada, a popular tourist resort, capital and largest city in the Red Sea province.
In April, the Egyptian Environmental Protection Association and the Environment of Hurghada (HEPCA) announced that the Governor of the Red Sea had announced a ban on single-use plastic from June 1 due to its severe environmental damage. HEPCA said the use of single-use plastic is causing the death of hundreds of thousands of living things in the world. The governor is now working to ensure that factories do not produce or distribute plastic bags in the city.
Many Russians vacationing in Hurghada have already noticed the lack of plastic bags in the shops and shops of this Egyptian resort. Plastic in Hurghada is becoming less and less, and more and more Russian tourists, because the overwhelming majority of them calmly travel to Hurghada via Minsk.
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