The Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies (ECSS) issued Friday a report titled "The Villages of Egypt in 10 Years: From Marginalization to Decent Life."
President’s comments were stated during an inspection tour of the development of a number of roads and axes in Greater Cairo, said Presidential Spokesperson Ahmed Fahmy in a statement.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi inaugurated Wednesday via video-conferencing a number of projects.
The President's tour included the development and expansion works of the Ahmed Orabi axis, which connects Al-Manshiya Road with Ahmed Orabi Street, with a length of about 11 km, and a width of 6 traffic lanes in each direction, Fahmy said.
The Prime Minister added that the movement in Sinai has become largely going on 24 hours, and the movement has become no more than 15 minutes between east and west, thanks to the tunnels.
The government aims for the transportation sector's production at current prices to reach LE 672.4 billion the current fiscal year, compared to LE 586.5 billion in the base year 2022/2021, marking an increase of 14.7 percent.
The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) released Tuesday the 2021 figures on motor vehicles in Egypt.
The spokesperson of the Egyptian Armed Forces, Colonel Gharib Abdel Hafez, stated in a phone-in Saturday evening that the elimination of terrorism over the past years was not merely a security work.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi inspected two other roads.
He underlined the importance of maintaining technical and construction efficiency of these projects in line with directives of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi.
Egypt used to have a shortage of 600 railcars but that is no longer the case.
Upper Egyptian governorates, from the North to the South, are Fayoum, Beni Suef, Menya, Asyut, Sohag, Qena, Luxor, and Aswan.
They stretch over 2,400 kilometers.
Chairman of the Roads and Bridges Authority Hossam El Din Mostafa highlighted the alternative Wednesday.
Sisi on Saturday issued directives to the bodies concerned to continue efforts exerted to develop roads and main axes nationwide.
The restoration works also include the surroundings of those mosques.
It is noted that roads are one of five main utilities the government is upgrading and expanding across the country.
Egypt paved roads stretching over 1,155 kilometers locally so they will be part of a road stretching over 10,228 kilometers extending to Cape Town.
“If we actively benefit from the AfCFTA, we can collectively be as competitive as China or India in the coming 20 years,” Mene clarified.
Compensations estimated at L.E. 75 million have been paid thus far to residents whose housing units were removed as part of the development works at Mostorod axis.