Mina Jolie said she was very happy to be in Luxor, Upper Egypt, where she has the beautiful Nile and the warm and friendly people who greeted me with warm welcome. “I can not thank you enough for this beautiful reception and the great support of the Al-Aqsa people Which motivates me a lot.
She said she was unable to thank the various authorities of Luxor province, headed by Dr. Mohamed Badr, governor of Luxor and also the people of Luxor to enable me to run running sport in your beautiful country.
She expressed her astonishment at the greatness and magnificence of the Egyptian monuments and the landmarks of Luxor tourist and insisted on taking pictures of the memorial in front of the temple of Luxor and with the citizens who took pictures with the Silvi.
Mahmoud Ezzeldin, one of the Australian runners, said that they arrived in Luxor on Friday and launched the initiative early Saturday morning under the slogan “If water stopped, life will stop” pointing to their departure to Luxor today to complete their initiative around the world. Cairo begins its charity journey from the Cairo Corniche through Helwan, Maadi, Old Egypt and the center of the country. The tour ends in Egypt tomorrow to fly to England to resume its journey in front of the Thameshu River, which is 346 km in the south of England. River in England and the second longest river in the UK..
The initiative aims to raise awareness and provide solutions that contribute effectively to solving the global water scarcity crisis, which represents the sixth goal in the goals of global sustainable development.