El-Amin was serving his sentence in Wadi Al-Natrun Center for Reformation and Rehabilitation.
Al-Gamil referred to Egypt’s unprecedented growth rates in a contractionary climate regionally and globally, adding that Egypt is progressing on indicators of development, competitiveness, business establishment, transparency and ease of procedures.
El-Gamil referred to the size of projects in the sector, performance rates, or returns of those development plans and programs, and perhaps the numbers provide the best picture and evaluation of this unprecedented activity.
Hussein Fayek Sabour was born in 1936. He is an Egyptian civil engineer and architect.
“Now, Egypt stands on its feet with the least amount of trouble, thanks to the efficiency of the daily administration and the reformist vision of the president,” he stated.
Al-Gamil stressed that the most important thing highlighted in the interview was the president's clear stance towards Egyptian women.
This success is due to efforts of the state and agricultural investment companies, which confirm the solidity and strength of the sector and the great capabilities it possesses for production and stable growth under all circumstances and variables.
“After losing its great capabilities due to the bird flu crisis in 2006, the sector was able to recover from the effects of that fatal crisis, returning to self-sufficiency and ending the blockade represented by the suspension of exports for 14 years."
A list of new charges were drawn against the Business Tycoon Salah Diab over buying a factory for wood products for less than its actual price by L.E. 58 million.
Gamil referred to progresses done in sectors of energy, transportation, construction, infrastructure, investment and manufacturing.
Gamil referred to what Sisi confirmed earlier Tuesday that he dreams about exporting Egyptian products with an amount of $100 billion during the next two or three years.
Gamil noted the state accomplished things and many challenges, describing them as miracles that led us to that stable stage with the least amount of problems and burdens.
Gamil also pointed out that there are many measures taken by the Egyptian state to advance the health system.
According to the Foundation al Gamil has challenged other companies to deliver their products to Egyptian families who are negatively affected by COVID-19.
The businessman expected that the Egyptian tourism to return to its strength again during the months of October and November 2020.
Seliman holds a Masters degree in International Business and Finance and a Bachelor's degree in Economics with a minor in Software Science from the American University in Cairo.
Egyptian-Spanish billionaire Hussein Salem was cleared of money laundry charges Tuesday, in the last lawsuit filed against the business tycoon.
Salem who fled the country returned to Egypt after he gave back billions of pounds.