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Egypt reopens Red Sea commercial ports and one fishing port

Egypt reopens Red Sea commercial ports and one fishing port

The Red Sea Ports Authority said that Egypt has reopened three Red Sea commercial ports and a fishing port that were shut down earlier on Wednesday due to high winds and rough seas.

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Suez, Zeitiyat, Adabiya and the fishing port of al-Ataka are the reopened ports.

The authorities and sources said that two other ports, Nuweiba and Ain al-Sokhna, remained closed.

The Authority reported that the wind speed varies between 20-25 knots per hour and the waves swell to 2-3 meters in the Red Sea, while the sea sees rough conditions.

Due to the country's exposure to a wave of powerful winds that will last for 3 days, the Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) warned about the weather today, Wednesday.

The weather is witnessing strong winds that stir sand and dust across the region, meteorologists said.

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