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Governor Supports RSDASS

The red Sea Association is pleased to have the support of His Excellency Major General Magdy Qebecy, the Governor of the Red Sea.  His Excellency has promised LE100,000 funding to allow the Association to continue its work as the international face of the Red Sea.

The funding was key in persuading the new Board to take on the challenge to secure the Association’s place at the forefront of the diving industry in the Red Sea. The Association is keen to build good relationships with all members of the diving community and to ensure that the unique environment of the Red Sea is protected for future generations.

 

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