Bedouin tribes in Suez and Ain Sokhna will secure development projects in the canal region for free.
They say they want to contribute to the building of Egypt.
Sheikh Mohamed Khudair, chieftain of el-Aamein tribe in Ain Sokhna, said Wednesday that tribesmen will secure the Suez Canal Corridor without any charge.
He said they informed city hall officials of their decision meant to contribute to the development of Egypt and encourage the flow of investments.
Sheikh Khudair assured project facilities will be well protected.
He thanked the third field army for building a number of projects that will serve Bedouin tribes in the first place and improve their living conditions.