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Port Fuad is considered a suburb of Port Said and together they form a metropolitan area of over one million residents. Port Fuad has a population of 81, as of Port Fuad was established in , principally to relieve overcrowding in Port Said , and was named after King Fuad I also transliterated as Fouad , the first holder of the title King of Egypt in the modern era having previously held the title Sultan of Egypt.
After the war of Port Fuad was the only piece of Sinai held by the Egyptians. After the October War , the Camp David Accord in Israel agreed to return Sinai to Egypt peacefully, and later the two countries signed a peace treaty. Despite its important location, as of , Port Fuad was still considered a residential zone, with very few facilities and no major downtown or city center. The city is located on Port Fuad Island, a triangular island bounded by the Mediterranean to the North, the Suez Canal to the West, and the relatively new eastern channel from the Suez Canal to the Mediterranean to the East.
The Suez Canal Authority forms the main employment of the city, and its employees comprise most of the population. It has one general hospital. Until the town was accessible only by Ferry to Port Said. In the floating bridge to Port Said was opened. On the Sinai side of the canal,  Port Said East is a recently launched development that contains the Suez Canal Container Terminal which opened in Media related to Port Fouad at Wikimedia Commons.
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