CAIRO– Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli has reviewed investment projects aiming at making better use of assets existing in sports and youth facilities across Egypt.
During a cabinet meeting Monday, Minister of Youth and Sports Ashraf Sobhi briefed Madbouli on the most important projects aiming at utilizing the assets of the youth and sports facilities, pointing out that 177 such projects have already been finished, noting that their completion would contribute to deepening the relationship between the private sector and NGOs.
Sobhi also posted the prime minister on investment projects offered under the usufruct system at sports clubs, as well as club chains in the 6th of October City, Shereton neighborhood and the New Administrative Capital to provide integrated sports and recreational services at affordable prices for citizens.
Minister Sobhi highlighted the achievements made by his ministry during the past period, citing the successful organization of the World Men’s Handball Championship which took place from February 22 till March 5 and in which 32 countries took part.
The minister said that Egypt copped 595 sports medals in 2018, 808 in 2019 and 696 in 2020 including 305 gold ones