A delegation from the European Union (EU) in Egypt, led by Ambassador Christian Berger, is set to visit Alexandria and Kafr El-Sheikh to inspect infrastructure and sanitation projects.
The visit, part of an intensive agenda spanning two days, will focus on water-related issues, involving discussions with young entrepreneurs and the private sector.
The delegation, comprising ambassadors from various EU countries and representatives from the European Investment Bank, will meet with Alexandria's Governor and visit a sewage treatment plant in the city.
The visit aims to enhance environmental conditions, contribute to sustainable economic development, and support urban adaptability and climate-related activities.
The projects in Alexandria and Kafr El-Sheikh, funded by the EU and the European Investment Bank, aim to improve sanitary conditions for residents and the quality of water bodies, benefiting nearly 1.5 million people and supporting environmental and economic sustainability in the Nile Delta and Mediterranean regions.