The Egyptian government will introduce a number of new measures to improve security at key Egyptian resorts. This was stated by the Minister of Tourism of the country Hisham Zaazu.
Thus, the Egyptian government intends to allocate 250 million Egyptian pounds (32 million US dollars) to improve security at key resorts in the country. It is also planned to install additional video surveillance systems in Sharm el-Sheikh and Hurghada. The cameras will be integrated with private video surveillance systems such as hotels and therefore improve operational management capabilities. This program will also be rolled out to all other resorts in due course. In addition, the purchase and implementation of the latest scanning equipment and detection system equipment will be carried out. It is also planned to increase the number of security personnel at the resorts. They will control key areas around the hotels and their access areas, both from the sea and from land.
Referring to these measures, Tourism Minister Hisham Zaazu said: “The global community is increasingly faced with threats. Egypt is constantly improving security measures and is doing everything to ensure that tourists visiting our country feel safe. With the introduction of new additional measures, security in the country will move to a different level. However, we will not stop there. We are constantly reviewing our capabilities and will continue to do so. The safety of tourists in Egypt is our priority. I am confident that the introduction of new measures will lead to improved safety at our resorts. I believe that, despite the new security measures, tourists will be able to continue their vacation with pleasure. «
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