"Egypt Can" is a series of conferences hosting Egyptian expats specialized in the themes of different editions.
The Egyptian minister of immigration Nabila Makram praised the efforts exerted by Egyptian scientists living abroad to support distance education.
Egypt was able to make unprecedented achievements in economic reform, infrastructure development and legislation issuance, the minister of military production said.
The fifth edition of Egypt Can conference has kicked off on Tuesday with the participation of 65 Successful Egyptian expats.
The event hosts Egyptian expats who have remarkable expertise in the education and scientific research sectors.
The Ministry of Immigration and Expatriate Affairs will shed light on ways to improve education during this year’s edition of the conference “Egypt Can…with Education” set to take place on December 17 and 18 in Hurghada.
The event is organized by the Immigration Ministry in cooperation with the education and higher education ministries.
The fourth edition of the "Egypt Can" meetings will be held in December in the Red Sea Governorate.
Makram said that the high turnout of expats in the 2018 presidential election was a message to the world that Egyptians are moving toward a better future.
Nabila Makram asserted that "Egypt Can 3" conference reflected the keenness of Egyptian experts and scholars abroad to affirm their link to their homeland.
The activities of "Egypt Can 3" conference will kick off Sunday under the auspices of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
Immigration Minister Nabila Makram discussed on Wednesday with Irrigation Minister Mohamed Abdel Aati preparations for "Egypt Can 3" conference
"Egypt Can (Taa Marbousta)" conference on Monday resumed proceedings for the second day running to highlight the role of Egyptian women abroad.
Prime Minister Sherif Ismail asserted that Egyptian women are capable of supporting Egypt to be among the developed nations
Prime Minister Sherif Ismail opened on Sunday “Egypt Can (Taa Marbouta)” conference that sheds light on the role played by Egyptian women abroad.
An "Egypt Can" conference will kick off here Sunday under the auspices of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.