Last week, Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen and her husband Bo Tengberg spent a three-day winter vacation in Luxor and Aswan.
Frederiksen visited different historical sites in both cities, and she decided to reside at Djorff Palace which is a historical and heritage symbol. In addition, she visited different artists and homes in both cities.
Moreover, they paid a visit to the master of sculptors in Luxor Sayed Al Mataani in the Al Qarnah region in Luxor that known for its Ancient Egyptian temples and tombs.
The Danish official and her husband were welcomed at Aswan International Airport by Aswan Governor Ashraf Attia.
During the meeting, he asserted the deep ties between Egypt and Denmark.
The governor added that the visit of the Danish prime minister reflected the importance of Luxor and Aswan among winter tourist destinations.