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Saudi’s Red Sea resort to receive visitors by end of 2022

The sustainable tourism destination is located on the kingdom’s west coast

Currently being developed off Saudi Arabia’s west coast, The Red Sea Project is expected to receive its first visitors by the end of 2022.

The Minister of Environment, Water and Agriculture (MEWA) and member of the Red Sea Development Company’s Board of Directors, engineer Abdul Rahman Al-Fadhli inspected the progress of the development works at the Red Sea International Airport and the project’s headquarters.

Al-Fadhli was accompanied by The Red Sea Development Company CEO John Pagano, chief administrative officer and engineer Ahmed Ghazi Darwish and a number of other senior executives.

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Various facilities were inspected including the residential staff headquarters, which can accommodate more than 500 employees, as well as the construction site of the residential city for the project staff.

The minister also planted a seedling at the nursery. The nursery will house more than 15 million seedlings to provide the destination and its surrounding projects with sufficient vegetation cover.

For more information, visit www.theredsea.sa

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