Egypt’s Interior Ministry has announced Thursday releasing 1,557 inmates on the occasion of the 6th of October War victory anniversary.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said the Sixth of October 1973 War will remain a “proof of the will and steadfastness of the Egyptians and their adherence to the sovereignty and dignity of the nation.”
“The peace decision [of Sadat] turned the pages of the past and opened future horizons for the entire region,” Sisi said as he attended a cultural symposium to mark the 49th anniversary of the Sixth of October War.
The symposium included a number of cultural and artistic performances on the October victory in the presence of high-level officials, including Minister of Defense Mohamed Zaki.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said the Armed Forces have proven Egyptians’ ability to accomplish a military action that goes beyond impossible through the 6 October, 1973 victory.
As he spoke on the 48th anniversary of the October War victory on Wednesday, Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi has listed the lessons citizens should learn from the hard days of the 1967 defeat and the cheerful days of the 1973 victory.
The idea was a turning point given it is only spoken with no alphabetics.
Sadat was born on August 29, 1933 to Egyptian surgeon Safwat Raouf and English music teacher Gladys Cotteril.
The branch was established 52 years ago.
The writer cited the information revealed by Egypt's chief of military intelligence and observation at the time in an interview that was published in his book.
The funeral was also attended by Minister of Defense and Military production Mohamed Zaki, Chief of Staff Mohamed Farid, as well as former and current commanders of the branches.
The president also saluted the souls of the martyrs.
The soldier who raised the Egyptian flag in Sinai on October 6, 1973 for the first time since its occupation by Israel in 1967 died on Monday at 72.
commander of the Egyptian Air Force Younes Al-Masry says development witnessed by the Air Force over the last three years is "inimitable".
On the 44th anniversary of the 6th of October War, citizens shared their memories with Egypt Today, talking about glorious feelings after the victory.
This is a photo of an Egyptian soldier wearing a Zamalek shirt during the Egyptian army’s preparations for 1973 war.