Egypt government announced, Thursday forming a ministerial working group to assess the humanitarian needs of Lebanon at such tough time in the wake of the massive blast that hit the Lebanese capital's port.
“Today is my first workday after two weeks in house quarantine,” Heikal said.
Egypt’s Minster of State for Information Osama Heikal said he has self-isolated after he came in contact with a coronavirus patient. Heikal said he would stay isolated for several days.
The Egyptian state has set a plan to restore all activities in the country step by step, the state minister said.
Sisi urged coordination between media and state institutions while dealing with the updates of crises.
Heikal was the head of the Parliament's culture, media and antiquities committee before he assumed his new post.
Anani pointed out that the palace will contain an exhibition that depicts the history of Heliopolis since it was the Egyptian capital until today.
Heikal said on Monday that the media authorities shall send, according to the regulations, reports to the parliament about their performance at the end of each year, adding that such procedure did not take place.
Member of the Culture, Information and Antiquities Committee in the House of Representatives, Osama Heikal.
The Parliament will conclude its third round on July 15 after giving its final say on the new government's program.
Belgian Ambassador to Egypt Sibille de Cartier inaugurated a photo exhibition in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo Tuesday evening.
Chairman of the Egyptian Media Production City (EMPC) Osama Heikal received Wednesday US Chargé d'Affaires in Cairo Thomas Goldberger.
Chargé d’Affaires of the U.S. to Egypt, Thomas Goldberger paid a visit on Wednesday.
Osama Heikal said that a power outage in the city on Saturday was caused by a failure in the circuits feeding it from the 6th of October city’s power plant.
Four Egyptian researchers received awards for studies made on improving Egyptian-Korean ties from the South Korean Embassy in Cairo.
"Japan will keep on supporting Egypt to achieve prosperity,” Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Friday.
The Parliament’s Media and Culture Committee held a meeting Monday to discuss a new bill regulating journalism and media affairs.