Farid made a visit to the permanent operations center in Arish city and listened to a detailed explanation of the plans and the decisions the army and police personnel are carrying out to uproot terrorism and preserve stability in North Sinai.
Egypt’s Ministry of Interior announced, Monday the killing of three terrorists involved in murdering Nabil el-Habashy, a 62-year-old Copt who was executed by the Islamic State (IS) on Sunday in North Sinai.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem, Governor of North Sinai Mohamed Abdel-Fadil Shousha and Ahmed Awad will officially inaugurate El-Arish Culture Palace on April 7 after carrying out the development and renovation of the palace.
The commander visited the various training fields.
The explosion did not affect the gas supply to the Masa`id steam station, the citizens' housings in the city, nor the industrial zone in Central Sinai, he added.
Egypt’s Ministry of Irrigation announced implementing a total of LE 324 Million cost projects to complete the national infrastructure for the development of North Sinai, during 2020.
A “limited” explosion occurred at a gas line in Sebeika area west of North Sinai’s Arish, Egyptian army spokesman Tamer El-Refae said.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli delivered Sunday a speech at the House of Representative.
The gold tier will be given to officers while the silver tier will be given to non-commissioned officers.
The Egyptian Army announced killing 77 “takfiri” elements (terrorists) in North Sinai in northeastern the country and destroying 317 hideouts and stores of explosives, between July 22 and August 30.
The funds for the basic investment plan were distributed on the basic development axes by LE 55.5 million for electricity, and LE 87.2 million for roads.
The hotels and resorts are located in 21 Governorates all over Egypt: South Sinai, North Sinai, Red Sea, Matrouh, Alexandria, Suez, Greater Cairo, Qena ,Luxor , Aswan, Damietta, Fayoum, Beheira, Port Said, Dakahlia, Ismailia, Minya, Assuit, Sohag, Beni Suef and El Wadi El Gedid.
Egypt’s Armed forces foiled terrorist attack in Bir al-Abd city, North Sinai, Tuesday as 18 terrorists were killed. Two officers were fatally shot during exchanging fire, other four were injured.
The elements fired at the forces using machine guns when they tried to arrest them.
The sum was paid over five years.
Military engineers could detect and destroy five explosive devices that were planted to target the armed forces.
One of the elements were killed during the raid, Spokesman Tamer Al-Refae said, while the other six were killed in a hideout while attempting to escape.
Sisi also directed to implement the unified meter readings.
Also, four officers, three non-commissioned officers and eight soldiers were either killed or injured during the operations, the statement noted, without specifying the exact number of deaths.
On Thursday, a terrorist attack in the same area either “killed or injured” 10 army members, according to the military spokesman.