video 🍣🐟πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¬ Egypt creates the biggest fish and shrimps farm in the region β€” the giant Ghalioun farm

πŸ¦πŸŸπŸ‡¨πŸ‡³πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¬Β “Created by Egyptian hands” was their motto and their goal was to create the biggest artificial fish and shrimps farm in the whole region, in order to produce the highest quality sea-food products for local and international consumption. The result was one of the fastest large-scale fishery project in the world to be completed just under 2 years, for a project that would have taken 5 years in similar settings. Such results were achieved with the support of the Egyptian military supervising over this mega-scale project, and the cooperation of the Chinese fishery company, Evergreen.

An Aerial footage of the giant Ghalioun Fish farms project in Egypt

🎣🍀🍣 The project comes in light of the political will to create sustained development for the Delta region of Egypt and to pave the path for Egypt to become a global supplier of fish food-products to the whole world and to sustain variability in local demand.

🐠🌊 Just a week ago the president of Egypt officially inaugurated the production plant and the completion of the Ghalioun fish farm within the Egyptian Nile Delta northern region. The farm includes more than 4000 feddans of fish farms which produce high quality Tialpia & Mullet fish and shrimps for food production. This incorporates more than 1500 artificial ponds which can produce more than 3000 tons of fish and shrimps per year. The documentary video below created by the Egyptian military (with English-language subtitles)Β gives a summary and overview of this mega-project , its end-products, and how it was done in such record time …Β πŸ‘

 

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