Khaled Abu Al-Wafa, President of the Chamber of Commerce in Sohag, said that Dr. Khaled Al-Anani, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, decided to form a supreme committee to facilitate the granting of licenses to tourist facilities in response to the chamber’s student.
Abu Al-Wafa explained to Al-Borsa that he had presented to Al-Anani the problems of a variety of establishments, including hotels, restaurants, and cafes, facing difficulty in obtaining licenses, and promised to solve them.
Ahmed Al-Laban, vice president of the Sohag Chamber of Commerce, said that the committee, in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce, visited 29 tourist facilities to grant them operating licenses.
He indicated that the committee agreed to grant licenses to 9 establishments, and is also awaiting the implementation of a set of conditions for the implementation of the rest of the facilities to obtain licenses.
He explained that the field visits to the establishments that applied for licenses directed the establishments to implement some of the technical requirements that must be implemented before granting licenses.
The article “Tourism” forms a supreme committee to license 29 establishments in “Sohag”, it was written in the Al-Borsa newspaper.