Egypt's President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi attended on Thursday the assessment tests for military students of the Military Academy and the military colleges in the headquarters of the academy in Cairo.
The President added that Egypt suffers from the economic crisis, saying “we are not the cause of it.” He attributed the reasons of the crisis to the coronavirus pandemic and the ongoing Ukraine and Russian war.
“The reforms implemented by the state have helped the economy to be resilient despite the great impacts of the global economic crisis,” he said.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al Sisi met, on Tuesday during his visit to the Military College, a number of senior breeders of Egyptian Arabian horses, and a number of students of the equestrian course.
During his tour of inspection, President Sisi met with some of the new cadets’ families while visiting their sons in the Academy. He expressed his appreciation of the effort they made to raise their sons to be patriotic.
Sisi made the remarks as he attended on Thursday the graduation of batches of students of military colleges at the headquarters of the Military Academy in Cairo.
The Armed Forces organized on Tuesday a visit for Finance Minister Mohamed Maait to follow up on a training course for tax officers, which is being held at the Military Academy.
The president was also joined by Minister of Defense and Military Production Mohamed Zaki, and Chief of Staff Osama Askar.
The meeting was also attended by Chief of Staff Mohamed Farid, branch commanders, and other high-ranking commanders.
On Thursday, the president attended the commencement of the first batch of the Armed Forces College of Medicine.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi congratulated the newly graduated batches of the Military Academy and the Technical Institute for Military Forces on Monday.
Sisi underlined the necessity of creating a new generation of commanders and fighters who are equipped with high physical and combat skills.
Sisi visited the academy numerous times during his two terms as president.
Graduates performed some of the exercises and training they received while studying.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi appointed on Monday Major General Mohsen Mahmoud Abdel Nabi as director of the president's office.
Egyptian Authorities on Tuesday executed four terrorists convicted of killing three military cadets in Kafr El-Sheikh Governorate.
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.
Defense Minister Sedqi Sobhi inspected on Sunday admission tests at the Egyptian Military Academy and the Technical Institute for Military Forces.