Egypt’s First Lady
Egypt’s First Lady Entissar el-Sisi greeted Egyptians, Monday on Sham el Nessim spring festival.
“Let us be the helping hand that draws a smile on their lips and ensure them a safe and a bright future,” Amer added.
Recalling the day he proposed to her, Amer said Sisi visited her grandmother, who is his aunt, while he was still a student at the military academy and she was a student at the High School.
“Today I had the pleasure to meet Mrs. Denise Tshisekedi, the wife of the president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, during her visit to Egypt"
Former Minister of Military Production Mohamed Al-Assar died in July this year.
Egypt’s First Lady Entissar Amer extended her greetings to the Islamic nation and the Egyptian people on the occasion of Muslim’s Eid Al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice), “in which the greatest meanings of sacrifice and ransom are embodied.”
Egypt’s first lady extended her greetings to workers in the nursing field, Tuesday on the occasion of their international day.
Egypt’s first lady on Thursday extended wishes to the Egyptian people and families over the beginning of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, saying it grants special “gifts, blessings and divine breath.”