President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi inspected on Sunday the newly-established State Strategic Command Center in the New Administrative Capital (NAC).
That is by virtue of the economic reform program undertaken by the state since 2016.
Also, the president expressed a number of recommendations.
Eight-eight unlicensed churches and affiliated service buildings have been granted approval to legalize their status.
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology is collaborating with different ministries and agencies to finalize the integrated national databases, a project that began mid-2016.
That was achieved in 48 hours.
Egypt selected 23 state companies for the first phase of the state IPO program, with total shares value of LE 80 billion.
A Saudi newspaper reported that the Saudi Minister of State reassumed his duties after being proven innocent of corruption charges.
In a bid to combat corruption, the judiciary has witnessed the arrest of two government personnel over differing charges.
Venezuela's government and opposition made "significant advances" in the latest talks aimed at resolving the country's crushing economic and political crisis.
An Egyptian official at the Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation is under investigation for attending a Qatar-hosted forum.
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