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Greek, Egyptian Tourism Mins Speak of Boosting Collaboration after COVID-19

CAIRO  – The Greek and Egyptian ministers of tourism spoke of upgrading the two countries' collaboration once flights are reintroduced, during a phone call reported by the Egyptian ministry on Monday.

Egyptian Minister of Antiquities and Tourism Khaled El Anani spoke with his Greek counterpart, Harry Theoharis, on precautionary measures for tourism, applying a bilateral agreement on strict checks on incoming tourists' health, and on the health of tourism sector employees, and on creating a shared tourist package for nationals of other countries.

(ANA-MPA/N. Katsikas)

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