The President witnesses the opening of Rams Road and inspects the areas affected by the floods in Aswan

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The Egyptian newspapers issued this morning, Friday morning, focused on a number of topics, most notably President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi inspecting the areas affected by the floods in Aswan and directing him to compensate those affected immediately and to open the Rams Road in Luxor.

For its part, Al-Ahram newspaper said under the headline, “Egypt does not forget its sons… The president inspects the effects of the floods in Aswan and directs to compensate those affected immediately.”

On a visit to Aswan Governorate, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi inspected yesterday the areas affected by the recent torrential rains, and met with a number of people to see their conditions and listen to their demands. generous.”

President Sisi stressed – during his meeting with a number of people in their homes in the villages of West Aswan and Shahama affected by the torrents – that Egypt will not leave them and will never abandon its people, directed to raise the effects of the floods and compensate the people for all the damage they sustained, stressing the provision of 500 apartments fully equipped to transport the affected Immediately, he said to one of the women: “This is the best of your country, Egypt.”

President Sisi said – during his meeting with the people – that his presence among them to check on their conditions and remove the harm from them is their right, and that he came to meet their needs, asking them to be reassured because “the state will not forget them.”

The president pointed out that all the villages of Egypt, not just the villages of Aswan, a plan was drawn up to complete their development in full, within the “Decent Life” project within three years, including sewage, drinking water, electricity and other services, and one of the women demanded that the villages of Aswan be within the stage The first of the project, and immediately President Sisi directed to include all the villages of the “Aswan” and “Draw” centers within the villages of the first phase, and to speed up the pace of integrated work in them, stressing that this will not be at the expense of other villages in the project.

The President stressed that the torrential rains that hit some villages in Aswan hastened the implementation of the “Decent Life” project in order to reduce the damage caused to them, noting that those villages were already planned within the project. The wife of the owner of the house expressed her happiness at the president’s visit to her home, welcoming him by saying, “The lights of joy and happiness, thanks to God and your grace, have risen in our humble village and our humble home… and we do not lack anything, and we follow all your achievements and are happy in the new capital, which we see on TV.” He said: “I have been following the whole issue since the beginning of what happened, and I know the extent of the problem, and any harm we will solve.”

While the newspaper (Al-Shorouk) said under the headline, “A mythical atmosphere precedes the opening ceremony of Rams Road.. The President directs to provide 500 homes for the people of Aswan affected by the floods: This is the best of Egypt, no one does anything from him.”

Luxor witnessed a legendary festive atmosphere prior to the opening of the Rams Road after its development, in a ceremony watched by millions around the world, and its details were covered by about 200 accredited international media correspondents in Egypt, where Luxor Governorate appeared in its best form after preparations that lasted for several years. The participants, who numbered about 3,000 people, praised the appearance of Luxor Governorate during the revival of the procession road known as the Rams Road, which is held under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi. A world-class celebration that they followed with great passion.

For his part, Dr. Zahi Hawass, an Egyptian archaeologist, said that the president’s presence in this historic celebration gives the impression that the president of Egypt preserves and preserves these antiquities, and that there is interest in heritage that does not only concern Egypt but the whole world.

Hawass confirmed – in press statements yesterday – that the world was awaiting the global celebration that was held in the presence of more than 3,000 people, adding, “These events began since 2005 with the restoration of Luxor Temple and the Road of Rams until it reached the most beautiful picture in today’s celebration, and that was 2,700 km long. 2,400 meters have been completely completed, and the 300 in front of the temple will be a beacon in full, and this will increase the number of tourists and bring in millions of dollars.” In addition, President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi inspected yesterday the areas affected by the floods in Aswan Governorate, amid the hospitality of citizens by visiting their homes and reassuring them that the state would stand by them and prepare alternative apartments for their collapsed homes as a result of the floods.

President El-Sisi said, during his inspection of one of the houses affected by the floods in Aswan, “We are coming to do everything, and we are interested in remaining assured that we will not leave you, and we will do what you want,” stressing the preparation of 500 complete apartments for families affected by the floods, saying, “Get the repair bag. But, we can also get the huddoum, something else. This is the best of Egypt, and no one does anything on his own.” The official spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic, Ambassador Bassam Rady, stated that Sisi also followed up on the procedures and services provided for the benefit of the families and citizens in those areas, especially by medical convoys and family medicine units within the framework of the activities and efforts of the Good Life Initiative.

While (Al-Akhbar) newspaper said under the headline, “International praise for the efforts of Sisi’s Egypt for the success of the East Mediterranean Gas Forum.” Engineer Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum, stressed the importance of the achievements of the East Mediterranean Gas Forum in just 3 years, as he prepared and discussed a draft charter of the forum. It was approved, and the forum was declared an international organization, and the basic documents for the establishment of the forum’s general secretariat were agreed upon within 4 months.

This came during the sixth ministerial meeting of the East Mediterranean Gas Forum, which was held yesterday in Cairo, with the participation of the ministers of Cyprus, Greece, Israel and Jordan, the advisor to the Palestinian president, officials and representatives of Italy, France, the European Union, the United States of America and the World Bank.. Al-Mulla pointed to the forum’s ability to deal efficiently with the industry and develop strong ties. Between governments and the private sector through the gas industry advisory committee established by the forum, the number of entities joining its membership has doubled from 16 to 32 members so far, in addition to laying the foundations for establishing a platform for the regulatory bodies of member states. Al-Mulla reviewed what had been achieved, pointing out that two studies had been completed on benefiting from the infrastructure available in the forum countries to achieve economic growth.

He explained that the scenarios for achieving net zero emissions by 2025 indicated that natural gas would fulfill a pivotal role in the future energy landscape. The Cypriot Minister of Energy expressed her optimism about choosing Cyprus as the chair of the forum next year, and the presence of Egypt as an alternate president, which provides good support and an opportunity to set priorities to achieve the objectives of the forum.

The Greek Minister of Environment and Energy, Costas Skrekas, expressed his appreciation for the joint efforts that contributed to the development of the Forum. Israeli Energy Minister Karen Al-Harrar expressed her appreciation for the efforts exerted and the activities carried out through the forum, stressing that the forum will play an important and distinguished role in the field of energy.

The Jordanian Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources expressed his thanks to Egypt for the support it provided to make the forum a success.

On the other hand, on the sidelines of the sixth ministerial meeting of the Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum in Cairo, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek El Molla held a session of bilateral talks with his Greek counterpart Costas Skrekas, Minister of Environment and Energy, during which they discussed ways to expand cooperation in the field of oil and gas. For the mutual benefit of both countries.

On another topic, (Al-Akhbar) newspaper said under the title “Madbouly: Activating the IPO Program for Governmental Companies.”

met dr. Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, Dr. Muhammad Omran, Chairman of the Financial Supervisory Authority, and Dr. Mohamed Farid, Chairman of the Egyptian Stock Exchange; To discuss the latest developments in the Egyptian stock market, as well as review the position of the government offering program, which would contribute to supporting and strengthening the Egyptian market.

The meeting came as a continuation of the series of meetings held by the Prime Minister, with representatives of major local and international investment institutions, and representatives of investment funds, to review the developments in the Egyptian economy at various levels, as well as shed light on the investment opportunities that Egypt abounds in in light of the economic reform program that it has adopted It was implemented by the Egyptian government.

He pointed out that the government will continue to activate the program to expand the base of government companies’ ownership through the stock market, as this measure has a positive impact on the capabilities and capabilities of companies.

In turn, Al-Gomhoria newspaper said under the headline, “First General Mohamed Zaki inspects the camp for preparing and rehabilitating North Sinai fighters and meets with the men of the Second Field Army…The Minister of Defense to the “fighters”: I ask you to maintain the level of combat readiness and the ability to carry out tasks efficiently and competently.

Within the framework of the keenness of the General Command of the Armed Forces to follow up the work system through which combatants are prepared and qualified, Lieutenant-General Mohamed Zaki, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Minister of Defense and Military Production, inspected the preparation and rehabilitation camp for the fighters of the Second Field Army who are pushed to perform the national duty in North Sinai, according to the latest Scientific programs and advanced training methods that contribute to achieving the maximum degree of realism in line with the nature of the tasks they are assigned.

The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces passed through the fields and training points of the fighters and conducted a dialogue with the recruits, during which he praised the efforts made to reach the highest levels of combat readiness, and he also expressed his happiness with the understanding of all elements of the system of the nature of the responsibility placed on them to maintain the stable security situation of this precious patch of Egyptian land. He praised the training system through which full care and high-end combat training is provided to the fighters of North Sinai.

The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces held a meeting with the men of the Second Field Army in the context of keenness to maintain constant communication with the fighters in all military regions and field armies. field, as well as its continuous follow-up of all operational tasks and training activities carried out within the scope of the army.

Lieutenant-General Mohamed Zaki delivered a speech in which he conveyed the greetings and appreciation of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, President of the Republic, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, to the men of the Second Field Army for their heroism and sacrifices to maintain the stable security situation in all North Sinai cities and villages.

He also praised the role played by the heroes of the armed forces to create a safe environment for the continuation of the development process in order to provide a decent life for all the people of Sinai. The fighters of the Second Field Army, in which he listened to their views and inquiries and discussed with them everything that was going on in their minds in various fields locally, regionally and globally, and demanded them to maintain the level of combat readiness of their units to be able to carry out the tasks that may be entrusted to them efficiently and competently. The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces honored a number of distinguished in appreciation For their efforts and dedication in maintaining the highest levels of proficiency and combat readiness and faithfully performing the assigned tasks and duties. The inspection and meeting were attended by a number of senior commanders of the armed forces.

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