Egyptian authorities confirmed on Tuesday an outbreak of dengue, a development that forced Russia to issue a warning to its citizens visiting the country, and could affect tourism to Egypt amid the economic crisis.
As the government had projected 15 million tourists to visit Egypt in 2023, the country remains on track to achieve this target if its performance in the second half of the year aligns with the impressive numbers from the first half.
Egypt will also seek to persuade Iran to drop or reduce its support for Hamas and Islamic Jihad, the two main Palestinian militant groups in the Gaza Strip, which borders Egypt, according to officials.
Among the measures is the signing of various numerous affiliations with online travel agencies and tour operators to protect 2.8 million visitors in the summers alone.
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