Six ports in Suez, South Sinai and the Red Sea were reopened Saturday after weather became stable, the Red Sea Ports Authority said.
The ports of Adabiya, Ain Sokhna, Zaytiyat and Port Tawfiq in Suez, Sharm El Sheikh in South Sinai, and Hurghada in the Red Sea governorate were reopened as strong winds receded, authority spokesman Abdel Rehim Mostafa said.
Meanwhile, Al Arish Port remained closed for the fourth day running due to the frosty weather and strong winds loaded with dust, an official source at the port said.
Work at Damietta Port went normally today after the weather improved.
Wheat shipment unloading started at the port after the rainfall stopped.