Egypt is the country that borders both the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.
Israel is also said to touch both the Mediterranean and Red Seas as well, but this is inexact. Israel has access to the Red Sea by way of the Gulf of Aqabah and not directly as Egypt does. So strictly speaking, Israel only touches the Mediterranean Sea.
Since the two seas do not actually touch or come close, there is no singular city that sits astride both of them. If the question is asking, what is the capital of the country that borders both the Mediterranean and Red Seas, the answer is Cairo, Egypt. Additionally, Israel touches the Mediterranean Sea and the Gulf of Aqabah, which is an arm of the Red Sea, so its capital, Jerusalem, could also be an answer.
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