The deadline to submit such requests was March 31 so that the documents are currently being processed.
Those are African and European countries as well as some Asian, North American, South American and Caribbean countries.
That was during a meeting with the prime minister and minister of justice.
Most of the encroachments were in the form of unlicensed buildings.
Sediq noted that 40 percent of buildings in urban areas are unplanned.
Egypt’s Top Prosecutor Hamada el-Sawi ordered a rapid investigation into the collapse of a residential multi-storey building in Gisr el-Suez St., in Heliopolis.
Media personnel were near the building site to capture the bombing moments using dynamite.
It is located in the New Administrative Capital's Business Neighborhood in specific.
Nevertheless, 21,411 requests have been denied and the buildings will be demolished.
The Giza building that caught a massive fire for more than 72 hours, will be demolished after authorities revealed that building is unlicensed.
The ministry is still processing the latest of the 2.6 million requests it has received.
Chairman of the Real Estate Tax Authority Anwar Fawzy stated that the declarations also include floors and units added to existing buildings.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli stated in November that the number of reconciliation requests over construction violations surpass 2.3 million.
The Egyptian government is establishing 22 out of 50 four-generation cities planned to be accomplished by 2050.
The project is located in the second phase of Salam neighborhood eastern Cairo, and consists of two phases.
The tower lies within the business neighborhood of NAC and is one of 20 prospective towers in the area.
Egypt late in May announced a six-month ban on construction permits in Greater Cairo and Alexandria, in response to continuous building violations. Late in September, the government said citizens having permits can continue constructing their buildings up to the forth floor.
Madbouli highlighted that the new capital is a model of around 20 new similar cities that are under progress in Egypt.
Egypt is currently developing 34 new cities.
The government will move from Cairo to the New Administrative Capital mid-2021.