Japan's amb. inspects projects in New Alamein city
Monday، 30 November 2020 - 12:49 PM
Japanese Ambassador in Cairo Masaki Noke on Sunday paid a field visit to New Alamein city, where he inspected various projects being implemented there.
During his inspection tour, the Japanese diplomat commended the promising development process in the city, asserting that Tokyo is keen on fostering cooperation with Cairo in different areas.
Masaki was received by Osama Abdel Ghani, head of the new Alamein City Development Authority and other officials.
Abdel Ghani told the Japanese ambassador that work is underway to construct 15 towers with heights reaching up to 42 floors in the beach towers area of the city.
The city's recreation area is located at the center of the beach towers area and includes a garage that accommodates around 3,000 cars, as well as a number of shops, Abdel Ghani said.
The new city is set to house 3 million inhabitants on 50,000 feddans upon completion within two years.
Located 60 kilometers south of the Mediterranean coast, the new city is set to include a public university with a capacity of 25,000 students, an opera house, a library and a museum.