Solberg expressed his pride after his players’ performance in the semi-finals against France, which took them to the World Cup final for the first time since 2001.
Denmark defeated Spain by two goals in a semi-final that witnessed a strong performance from the two European superpowers.
The Pharaohs enter the match as the group leaders after they bounced back from their loss against Sweden with two victories over RHF and Belarus.
Slovenia secured a last-minute draw with Sweden to keep their hopes alive in the competition.
Coach Yuri Shevtsov was happy with his team's performance in the match, which kept them in the race for the top two spots in the group.
The hosts achieved their first victory in the main round matches and took a huge step towards the quarter-finals.
Egypt put on a heroic performance against the four-time champions but failed to keep their first-half lead to lose the last match of the preliminary round.
The Pharaohs aim to secure the top spot in the group to progress to the main round with four points in the pocket.
The Techne Summit is the biggest international entrepreneurship and technology event to be held in Alexandria.
Awardees came from diverse backgrounds and sectors, showcasing the fundamental role of women in rallying Egypt’s position globally.
Sweden is one of the most successful nations in the competition’s history.
Unable to leave home during the COVID-19 lockdown, Egyptian families have been spending more time than ever inside, and together.
The event has been reached by more than 4500,000 viewers who follow the official page of Sweden in Arabic.
“I am impressed by the progress made now in Egypt, since I was in Egypt last time 10 years ago," said Swedish Minister of Transport.
Transport Minister Kamel el Wazir on Wednesday met Swedish Minister for Infrastructure Tomas Eneroth on the sidelines of their participation in the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety in Sweden.
“Enough is enough,” said Omrani, adding that “it is time to take actions, no more fake promises, no more false commitments.”
His Majesty the King of Sweden Carl XVI Gustaf inaugurated the conference and made introductory remarks on roads safety.
"We are working to reduce the number of vehicles to achieve safer roads," Equatoguinean Minister Nsue Medja.
The attention paid by governments to coronavirus is a demonstration that governments can move towards an issue when they have the will, said WHO’s Krug.
Important matters discussed during the ambassadorial meetings this week were recent developments in the MENA region, Swedish foreign policy priorities and forthcoming trade promotion activities (including the upcoming Expo 2020 in Dubai).