Dabaa mayor calls for committee to visit Russia, offer condolences
The Egyptian Ministry of Electricity and Russia’s state-owned Rosatom signed Nov. 19 a contract for the Dabaa plant’s construction.
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CAIRO: Dabaa mayor Attia Matra has called for a coalition of sheikhs and mayors in Matrouh to travel to Russia to offer condolences for the victims of the plane that crashed in Sinai Oct. 31, killing all 224 persons on board, Matra told Youm7.

In February, Cairo and Moscow announced an agreement to building a nuclear plant in Dabaa and establishing a Russian-Egyptian free trade zone.

In 1981, Egypt allocated the Dabaa area in the Mediterranean governorate of Matrouh, 183.9 miles to the northwest of Cairo, to build its first nuclear plant of 55 square kilometers.

The Egyptian Ministry of Electricity and Russia’s state-owned Rosatom signed Nov. 19 a contract for the Dabaa plant’s construction.

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