The government launches a package of new services for Egyptians living abroad, Invest-Gate reports.
Minister of Housing and Urban Development Mostafa Madbouly and Minister of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriate Affairs Nabila Makram say that the government will allocate residential units in the New Administrative Capital for Egyptian expats.
A proportion of the first residential district’s units in the New Administrative Capital will be for expatriates, Madbouly says.
An office in national service centers in new cities will be specialized in finalizing the services for Egyptians abroad, especially those who reserved units in the Beit Al-Watan project, he adds.
Meanwhile, a real estate exhibition will be held in the US in October, showcasing major national projects in areas like the new capital and New El Alamein City.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi aims to complete the first phase of the new capital in 2018, with all phases scheduled for completion within five to six years, according to an official statement published earlier.