(MENA) Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi congratulated Egypt and the Arab and Muslim world on the advent of the holy month of Ramadan which begins today.
"We need to provide the world with a new shape of our country, a new reputation in the terms of production and hard work in Ramadan and all months," he said in a televised speech on Thursday night.
"In this month, we need all state agencies and civil servants to work hard for the sake of the citizens," he said.
"We have to work for bringing about stability and pushing forward towards production ... Egypt deserves more from us."
Morsi called for a national campaign on July 27-28 for "a clean country without garbage".
He also pledged to ensure free flow of information to enable media outlets to provide all facts away from rumors and vowed support for media "to serve the renaissance of Egypt."
The president reiterated that the five priority issues (security, traffic, fuel, bread and cleanliness ) cannot witness a tangible improvement unless all efforts are rallied around the state administrative apparatus.