"This matter requires a shared responsibility towards preserving our natural wealth for a better future for us and the coming generations, she added.
“It’s truly my honor to be here at Al-Azhar. Thank you to the Grand Imam for welcoming us today. And Dr. Daoud, Dr. Saddik, Ambassador Moussa, and Dr. Nossair: I am also grateful for your welcome and work on today’s program,” she said in a statement issued by the White House on Saturday.
Mrs Biden was accompanied by Tourism and Antiquities Minister Ahmed Eissa and Acting US Ambassador in Cairo John Desrocher.
The wedding ceremony was attended by approximately 1,700 members of the Hashemite family and guests of Jordan, including state leaders, crown princes, and personalities from friendly countries.
Egypt is the second stop of Dr. Biden's week-long tour, which includes four countries in the region and began in Jordan.
First Lady Entissar Amer extended greetings to Egyptians on Sham El-Nessim on Monday.
“Today, I was honored to attend a ceremony honoring the Egyptian ideal mothers in 2023. I was pleased to be among inspiring female models, who were able to overcome the impossible and circumstances to sail out with their families to safety,” the First Lady said on her Facebook page.
“I was very pleased today to attend International Women's Day celebrations titled "The Egyptian woman, an icon of success,” the First Lady took to her official Facebook page.
Egypt’s First Lady Entissar El Sisi, said Thursday that she was pleased with visiting some fairs during her tour of the COP27 Green Zone in Sharm El Sheikh.
“On International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, I applaud the efforts made by state institutions with the civil society to eradicate poverty all over Egypt through many initiatives which are coming to fruition day after day,” the First Lady said.
“Today we celebrate the 49th anniversary of the glorious October victory, in which our armed forces achieved a military miracle by all accounts,” Amer said in a social media post.
Those values are needed to build a secure and stable society, Mrs Sisi said in a post on her Facebook account Wednesday to mark the International Day of Peace, which falls on September 21.
“I offer my deep and sincere condolences for the victims of the Imbaba church fire. I ask God almighty to engulf them with His vast mercy and grant patience and solace to their families and wish the injured a very speedy recovery,” the First Lady said.
First Lady Entissar Al Sisi greeted the Egyptian people and Arab and Muslim nations on the occasion of Eidul Adha.
The First Lady wished all the Egyptian people peace, safety and security.
First Lady Entissar al-Sisi called on Saturday the mother of three Damietta-born siblings who had died in an accident to express her condolences.
Egypt’s First Lady Entissar El Sisi expressed her good wishes to the Egyptian people and the Coptic brothers on the occasion of the Easter on Sunday
Meanwhile, the Egyptian National Council for Women (NCW), headed by Dr. Maya Morsy, gave its sincere thanks and appreciation to the First lady for sponsoring the “Dawwie” and “Noura” initiatives launched by the Council.
First Lady Entissar el-Sisi expressed her pleasure touring both exhibitions of Haya Karima and Torathna, as well as the handicrafts pavilion at the fourth edition of the World Youth Forum in Sharm el-Sheikh.
A number of bands from different nationalities have performed shows for the attendees.