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Egypt’s Red Sea Ports Authority reopens ports

The Red Sea Ports Authority reopens 4 ports for navigation after closing them earlier this week due to bad weather conditions

Ahram Online , Wednesday 4 May 2016
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Egypt's Red Sea Ports Authority reopened on Wednesday the Ain Sokhna Port in Suez for navigation after closing it for two days due to bad weather conditions, Ahram Arabic news website reported.

According to Abdel Riham Mostafa, the official spokesperson for the authority, Ain Sokhna Port was reopened for navigation after the improvement in weather conditions.

The Red Sea Ports Authority also reopened l-Adabiyah Port, the Petroleum Port and Bor Tawfik Port for navigation on Tuesday after bad weather conditions subsided. 


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