Spokesperson for the Cabinet, Mohamed Al-Hamsani, stated that the meeting explored actions and steps taken by stakeholders to guarantee the adequate supply of goods in the market at reasonable prices
Madbouly stressed on the importance of developing Egypt’s local manufacturing of electronic chips, emphasizing the need to stimulate investments and establish a conducive business environment to expand the industry
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli chaired a meeting on Saturday in the presence of Director of the National Center for Planning State Land Use Naser Fawzy to review a number of issues considered by the center.
The visit comes weeks before Japan hosts a summit of the Group of Seven nations.
The State supports all the measures taken by the Tourism and Antiquities Ministry to increase the number of tourist arrivals, affirmed Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli.
He was accompanied by Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities Assem El Gazzar and Chairman of the New El Alamein City Development Authority Wael Samir.
The premier was following up on the committee's efforts through a report, submitted by the committee's chairman Hossam el Masry.
the premier said that the government continues to take measures to promote the Egyptian industrial sector with the participation of the private sector.
The premier asserted the importance of periodic follow-up of the infrastructure development projects in Sharm el Sheikh to ensure good preparations for receiving the conference’s guests.
Madbouli was speaking during a Cabinet meeting Sunday to follow up the issue, especially with reported shortages in the number of teachers in many schools.
Within the framework of taking the necessary executive measures, a meeting was held with the housing minister to swiftly start working in these villages, he said.
Today’s meeting comes as President Abdel Fattah El Sisi attends the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow
Egypt’s Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli has said that ending the state of emergency in Egypt reflects the country's stability and its success in the war against terrorism, especially in Sinai.
The prime minister made the remarks during the second Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Ministerial Meeting on Environment and Climate Change, currently hosted by Egypt.
The 2050 plan of the Housing Ministry aims to raise the total product of desalinated water to about 6 million cubic meters per day during the next five years.
It also includes a set of general provisions about the donation process and the tests needed before donating or using blood plasma.
The amendment mandates the prime minister to endorse the state budget and budgets of some state bodies.
The meeting tackled ways to boost cooperation with the German firm to enhance the use of German technology in Egypt and transfer expertise and technology to the country.
The premier underlined the importance of transferring as quickly as possible waste discharges after rehabilitating canals and promoting citizens' awareness to stop dumping their rubbish in waterways.
All funds necessary for the importation of Covid-19 vaccines have been allocated, he added