A memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Egypt and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development will look to boost green infrastructure and sustainability across the country’s cities.
Speaking about the signing and what it means for Egypt, Deputy Minister of Housing, Sayed Ismail, said that the agreement aims to prioritise environmental challenges and looks to develop strategies around creating sustainable investment in Egypt’s cities.
The ministry will address challenges around infrastructure, water and production of renewable energy in the new cities.
The government is already looking at creating sustainable initiatives around 6th October City.
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