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Al-Sisi added, during his speech on Thursday, in the celebration of the 68th Police Day, “The Police Day is not only for the policemen, but rather it is a holiday for all Egyptians,” adding that the achievements made in Egypt will be a starting point for building the modern state.
Al-Qasabi reviewed recently passed legislation aimed at fighting terrorism
Prince William hails economic reforms adopted by Egyptian government
There are promising, diversified investment opportunities in Africa, making it an important destination for international business institutions, says president
UN suggests 5+5 committee meeting next week to outline a roadmap for political solution in Libya
Substantial difference between right of development, and right of life and existence, says Al-Sisi
Berlin conference comes following failed negotiations in Moscow
Haftar left Moscow without signing ceasefire agreement: news agency
British companies interested in new partnerships with Egyptian businesses, says Al Mufti
The minister reviewed a number of future projects as well as those currently implemented
The two leaders agreed to continue mutual efforts to reach a political solution in Libya
Shoukry, Wang Yi discuss common challenges, economic partnerships
‘Do not allow anyone to drive a wedge between us and incite strife,’ says President
Heikal presented his plan to develop local media in a way that ensures more openness to all political forces and spectra
The three sides are set to continue talks in Addis Ababa on 9-10 January, ahead of two decisive meetings in Washington
Al-Sisi inaugurates animal production complex in Fayoum
President reviewed Egypt’s strategy in the fields of basic, higher, and technical education
President calls on cabinet to commit to informing citizens with challenges
“Now we are waiting for January, either to reach an agreement or enter a fourth party in the negotiations,” the president said on GERD
UK Prime Minister stressed his country’s interest in upgrading relations with Egypt
“If the masses moved, it is hard to stop them,” says Al-Sisi
The president discussed mutual cooperation with FAO on sidelines of WYF
On a different note, the Executive Director of the UN World Food Program (WFP), David Paisley, said that every five seconds one child dies from hunger, explaining that humanitarian conflicts, climate change, and terrorism have caused very high rates of hunger around the world.
President says he will never approve any law that is prejudice against women’s rights
President Al-Sisi said that for Africa to enjoy peace and prosperity, the solution is to find radical answers to security challenges. He added that in order to achieve peace, states have to exercise sovereignty over its territories and to improve the abilities of its national institutions.
Al-Sisi and Ramaphosa held bilateral talks that involved senior officials from both countries to discuss strategic political and economic cooperation.
The honouring ceremony was attended by Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, Minister of Youth and Sports Ashraf Sobhy, as well as the presidents and officials of the relevant national sports federations
Both discussed enhancing bilateral cooperation in trade, investment sectors
Iraq’s President Barham Salih received on Wednesday, the Egyptian Ambassador to Iraq Alaa Moussa at As-Salam Palace in Baghdad, where he conveyed a message from Al-Sisi expressing his full support for security and stability in Iraq.
The most dangerous challenge facing Egypt is inside, not outside, says President Al-Sisi