The Egyptian president is attending upon an invitation by his French counterpart Emanuel Macron.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi arrived to the Suez Canal Axis Tuesday.
Building the complexes came in light of implementing the first phase of the project, which aims at developing and improving the infrastructure and living conditions in about 1,400 villages nationwide.
The program is the second phase of the National Program for Economic and Social Reforms, which will have a third phase.
Over the past seven years, the State spent over LE 650 billion on development projects in Sinai, the report said.
“The Egyptians have free will and the power to overthrow any government they do not like,” he said.
He also hoped that the Egyptian-Sudanese joint economic committee would exert more efforts to remove all trade barriers.
A recent report by the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development has revealed that the social initiative Haya Karima has contributed to reducing poverty rates in Egypt.
It was prepared by the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development in cooperation with the "Macroeconomic Reform and Stability" project funded by the United States Agency for International Development.
A study by the Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies has revealed the basis on which villages are selected to be part of Haya Karima initiative.
Deputy Minister of Housing for National Projects stated Saturday that urban development in Upper Egypt recorded LE18 billion in the last three years.
Hart warned of the repercussions on food security, and gender equality.
Aswan Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development discussed Thursday sustaining peace post-conflict.
UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi commended Egypt's inclusive policy on refugees Wednesday in Aswan Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development.
In Aswan Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development, Mohieldin warned that 50-60 million Africans are at risk of getting pushed into poverty.
African Union High Representative for Silencing the Guns Ramtane Lamamra made the statement Tuesday in Aswan Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development.
Regional Director for the Arab States at UN Women Susanne Mikhaïl said Tuesday in 2nd edition of Aswan Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development.
A session titled "Recovering Stronger, Rebuilding Better: Pathways for a More Secure, Resilient, and Prosperous Africa" was held.
The president underlined that Egypt has been eager to capitalize on the success of the first edition by holding the second one virtually regardless of the pandemic.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry inaugurated Monday the second edition of Aswan Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development.