Niš City Mayor Dragana Sotirovski and the Governor of the South Sinai Province Mr. Khaled Fouda signed the Letter of Intent on establishing cooperation between Niš and Sharm el-Sheikh. With this document we commit ourselves to cooperation which we will leave as our legacy to future generations to carry on. The agreement will be useful for our businessmen, tourist and health workers and producers of agricultural products, as well as workers from other areas, Niš City Mayor pointed out. We are especially looking forward to the exchange of our students and the cooperation of our and their university, stated Dragana Sotirovski. According to her, during the two days of their stay and tour of Niš and its surroundings, a lot of topics were opened, primarily in the field of tourism. Establishing cooperation with the South Sinai region will benefit not only Niš, but also this part of Serbia. Our intention is to connect our two cities, Nis and Sharm el-Sheikh, by direct flights. We sent a clear message to the guests that we need a partner for the construction of the Expo Center and for the construction of the hotel, stated Niš City Mayor. Governor Fouda said that the signing of the document was the beginning of a long and fruitful cooperation. He thanked for the invitation to visit Niš and added that their intention was to develop cooperation in various fields and strengthen cooperation in the economic field. The Ambassador of Egypt, Amr Aljowaily, expressed satisfaction that the negotiations on cooperation between the two cities were made official by signing a document which would be the basis for further cooperation and was the most pragmatic way in which the two communities can cooperate for mutual benefit. At the meeting in the Regional Chamber of Commerce with domestic businessmen, tourist workers and the director of the company “Airports of Serbia” Mihajlo Zdravković many new ideas about cooperation were heard. According to the assessment of the Chamber director Aleksandar Milićević the meeting was very meaningful, and the perspectives and possibilities for cooperation are very great.