In the same vein, the sports minister reviewed the estimated budget assigned for hosting the Africa Cup of Nations in terms of matches broadcast as well as the stadium equipment. During the meeting, Sobhy briefed the attending ministers and organizers about all the ongoing procedures to develop the stadiums that will host the matches in Cairo, Port Said, Suez, Alexandria, Ismailia and El Salam.
Additionally, Sobhy articulated that Hassan Allam, Egypt’s leading engineering company, will finish construction work at Port Said Stadium by the end of April, Alborsa News reported.
In like manner, President of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Ahmed Ahmed voiced Egypt’s capabilities to host huge international tournaments.
On the other hand, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli assigned the Tourism Ministry to set a comprehensive tourism program, especially for African players, guest, delegations and more.
Equally important, the minister of communications assured that all coverage desired by the African delegation, especially internet connections at stadiums, will be constantly obtainable.
Above all, the Prime Minister Madbouli emphasized providing a fully equipped healthcare system in anticipation of any injuries during the matches, in addition to the availability of enough ambulances.