Cairo, 26 May. Arab media write that Russia is working on the establishment of the largest industrial city in Egypt, called the “City of the Sun”.
The project area of the industrial zone to the east of Port Said is approximately 2 million square meters. According to the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the volume of invested capital by 2035 will be approximately 7 billion dollars.
“Russia has started the construction of the first phase of the project, which includes the development of infrastructure for the petrochemical industry, the production of wagons for metro and rolling stock,” Egyptian media reported.
Located on the Mediterranean coast, close to the Suez Canal, the transit point for 20% of world trade, the new city already has a Russian spirit, although it has just begun to take shape. It will be semicircular and consist of two parts: “Moscow” in the east and “St. Petersburg” in the west. The territory between them is planned to be called “Ural”. Center, St. A statue of Peter the Great will be placed marking St. Petersburg.
In addition to the recreation area and triangular garden, the project includes industrial and social infrastructure, including schools and hospitals, which will enable the company employees and their families to live a full life.
Earlier, Ayman Hamza, the official representative of the Egyptian Ministry of Electricity, announced Russia’s conscientious attitude towards the construction of the Al-Dabaa nuclear power plant.
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