The Saudi authorities have allowed only 10,000 people to perform the rites of Hajj this year due to the novel virus, and have kept all facilities sterilized, although Saudi Arabia had earned billions of dollars every year from Hajj.
Sisi said Egyptian media should not mention a military action as an option in the issue of the Renaissance Dam.
The “Ataa” Fund for people with special needs was established by the 50-year old Nasser Social Bank in November last year, during the term of former Social Solidarity Minister Ghada Wally.
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan arrived in Cairo on Monday on a day-long visit to Egypt for talks on threats facing the two countries' security and stability. His Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Shoukry welcomed the Saudi guest at the Cairo International Airport.
Egypt has so far received voluntary plasma donors in 15 centers nationwide, saying that convalescent plasma of 420 donors has been accepted, with a success rate of 60 percent in critical and severe cases, head of the Health Ministry’s coronavirus committee said.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi phoned Kuwaiti Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber to express his sincere wishes to Kuwaiti Emir for good health and a speedy recovery, Egyptian Presidency said.
Egypt’s First Lady Entissar Amer on Thursday congratulated the Egyptian people on the 1952 Revolution, which abolished the monarchy, saying it “constitutes a defining moment in the history of Egypt.”
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on Thursday greeted the people on the 68th anniversary of the July 23 revolution led by a group of military officers initially to overthrow King Farouk.
Less than a week after Eygpt's President Abdel Fattah El Sisi said Egypt may intervene in Libya to face terrorism and protect national security at the Libyans' request and following the Parliament's approval, the Egyptian House of Representatives on Monday has authorized Sisi to “take necessary measures” to protect national security, giving a green light for the president to send troops to the war-torn country.
Addressing Turkey, Egyptian Foreign Ministry spokesman said it seems that the Libyan desire for Egypt’s support in facing terrorism in Libya has provoked some people.
Saleh Al-Fandi, Head of Libya's Supreme Tribal Council denounced the Government of National Accord for resorting to Turkey’s “colonialism” amid a state of division that has extended for years between the GNA and both the Libyan National Army and the Parliament.
Egypt will not allow Libya to become a new hotbed for terrorism or outlawed elements, even if it means that Egypt has to intervene directly in Libya.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on Thursday commented on possible Egyptian intervention in Libya, promising that “Egypt will intervene at the Libyans' request and will withdraw upon their order.”
Macron, in this regard, praised Egypt’s continuous efforts to enforce security and stability in Libya, within the framework of the Cairo Declaration announced by Sisi in June, as an extension for the outcome of the Berlin Conference in Libya.
Egypt’s reported 913 coronavirus cases on Wednesday July 15th and 59 deaths, as the number of cases and deaths have continued to decline this month, down from over 1677 cases on June 13 and from 97 deaths on June 15.
Through an inventory conducted in coordination with the Ministry of Interior, there are 1.8 million vehicles considered under the initiative, which is set to be implemented over the course of two to five years.
Touring the housing project of Asmarat, which gives an alternative accommodation for residents of unsafe slums, Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on Saturday has followed up one of the nurseries in the project and joined children while they were singing and watching a puppet show.
Italian Defense Minister Lorenzo Guerini and his French counterpart, Florence Parly discussed the current situation in Libya and affirmed that Libyan crisis can only be resolved via political solution, Agenzia Nova reported on Friday.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on Thursday urged continuing national efforts to counter economic challenges as a consequence for the spread of the novel coronavirus, in a meeting with ministers, the Egyptian Presidency said in a statement.
Sisi ordered using the highest international standards in the planned medical warehouses, including automation, using the latest technologies and artificial intelligence.