Egypt’s Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouly has inaugurated on Sunday the fourth edition of Turathna Exhibition for Handicrafts and Heritage, with 1116 exhibitors from different governorates, while 45 percent of them are new exhibitors.
Turathna considers the largest exhibition for Egyptian handicrafts and local handmade art that organized by the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency (MSMEDA).
Five Arab countries took place in the exhibition that aims to market various products locally and internationally, according to MSMEDA’s CEO Nevine Gamea.
These countries include Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Sudan, and Libya,
Gamea added that the exhibition contains a special hall for the border governorates, such as the New Valley, Aswan, Matrouh and Siwa.
Moreover, there is a full pavilion for the products of project owners from villages which part of Decent Life presidential initiative.
Bank of Cairo is also participating with in the exhibition with outstanding success with completely environmentally friendly products that are manufactured through recycling, Gamea mentioned.
Last year, Jordan and Sudan had participated in the exhibition for the third year in row, Gamea continued that communication with the other countries opens the way for the marketing of Egyptian products.