President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi visited Sunday the Police Academy to attend the personal interviews with candidates applying for admission.
Minister of Interior Mahmoud Tawfik said human rights principles have become a fundamental axis in the security work mechanisms based on Egypt's National Strategy for Human Rights.
Sisi made the remarks as he attended on Monday the 2022 graduation ceremony of police cadets at the Police Academy in New Cairo in the presence of Minister of Interior Mahmoud Tawfik, Minister of Defense Mohamed Zaki, and other high-level officials.
The workshop is taking place on May 23-25.
President Sisi said that although the whole world, including Egypt, is going through a global crisis when it comes to energy, supply chains, prices, and market stability, he assured that the situation in Egypt is good for months to come.
The President inspected the various training fields at the Academy, besides visiting the tactical village in which cadets are trained to raid the hideouts of terrorists and outlaws
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi inspected the Police Academy on Thursday and attended interviews of students applying to join the academy for the new school year, the Presidency said in a statement.
Egyptian Interior Minister Mahmoud Tawfik has attended, along with the president, the graduation ceremony of new police officers from the Police Academy, describing them as a “new batch representing a promising elite of policemen”.
The president sent his gratitude to the relatives of the police martyrs who sacrificed their lives for their home and its people.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi toured the police Academy on Saturday morning to follow up examinations carried out by the examination committee for students who would like to join the academy.
The course is organized by the Egyptian Supreme Regulatory Media Council in bid to communicate with and open up to the media in the friendly African nations.
Tawfiq said on Saturday the ministry has been keen to use the state-of-the-art mechanisms and technologies to establish a developed security system.
The president awarded Egyptian and Palestinian honor students second-class Order of Excellence.
Sisi arrived on Saturday at the Police Academy headquarters in Cairo's suburb of New Cairo to attend the graduation ceremony of a new batch of police cadets.
Attending the ceremony were PM Moustafa Madbouli, Minister of Defense Mohamed Zaki, and Interior Minister Mahmoud Tawfiq.
The ceremony includes a military parade to show the officers’ hand-to-hand combat skills and capabilities.
Chief of Police Academy, Ahmed Ibrahim, and state officials will attend the ceremony.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi visited the Police Academy in New Cairo City on Friday, where he inspected the morning exercises of the academy’s cadets.
Two persons were arrested for possessing explosives typically used in quarries without licenses on Thursday.
Students from different Egyptian universities, Egyptian Military Academy and Police Academy have undergone training on the ways to attack hotbeds of terrorism.