President Al-Sisi’s activity tops the most prominent interests of Cairo newspapers – Al-Nasr Newspaper
Today, Wednesday, the Cairo newspapers dealt with a number of important news related to local and international affairs. Al-Ahram newspaper indicated on its front page that Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi received a phone call from Kenyan President William Ruto, during which they discussed the latest developments in the crisis in Sudan, focusing on the need to resolve the crisis in a way that spares the blood of the Sudanese people and achieves their aspirations for a secure future. and stable.
The newspaper stated that the two presidents agreed to advance bilateral relations between Egypt and Kenya in various fields, especially with regard to trade exchange and Egyptian investments in vital sectors in Kenya to support its development efforts. It was agreed to continue consultations and coordination on topics and issues of common concern, and to enhance joint African action in light of the vital role of Egypt and Kenya in this regard.
In another context, Al-Masry Al-Youm newspaper indicated that the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry, met his Ethiopian counterpart, Demky Mekonnen, in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, in the presence of the Saudi Foreign Minister, Faisal bin Farhan. During the meeting, issues of common interest between Egypt and Ethiopia were discussed, especially the dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
The newspaper indicated that the two ministers exchanged views on the issue, as Shoukry stressed the importance of achieving consensus between the three countries on the Renaissance Dam, and the need to respect Egypt’s water rights, while Mekonnen expressed Ethiopia’s readiness to continue consultations and dialogue to reach solutions acceptable to all.
In another context, Al-Wafd newspaper published news stating that the Egyptian Public Prosecution decided to detain 4 people for a period of 15 days pending investigations, on charges of joining and financing a terrorist group, and spreading false news that harms the Egyptian economy. The newspaper stated that the defendants confessed to committing the crimes attributed to them, and that they were receiving funding from terrorist groups to carry out terrorist acts in Egypt.
President Sisi’s interview with the Japanese Asahai newspaper
Al-Gomhoria newspaper referred to an interview conducted by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi with the editor-in-chief of the Japanese newspaper “Asahi”, during the Japanese Prime Minister’s visit to Egypt. During the dialogue, President El-Sisi affirmed Egypt’s position on the existing crises in the region, and expressed refusal to interfere in the affairs of states, and Egypt’s keenness to respect the principle of sovereignty and resolve disputes by peaceful means. President El-Sisi also spoke about Egypt’s efforts to stop and stabilize the fire, create an environment for peaceful dialogue, and complete the transitional phase in Sudan.
The newspaper pointed out that the dialogue touched on strengthening the Egyptian-Japanese relations and enhancing cooperation between the two countries in settling international issues and crises. President El-Sisi affirmed the keenness of Egypt and Japan to enhance bilateral cooperation in various fields, and praised the strength of relations between the two countries and the existing cooperation frameworks between them in the field of development.
President El-Sisi also spoke about the ongoing coordination between Egypt and Japan within the framework of the latter’s presidency of the Group of Seven major industrialized countries, to find solutions and settlements to the current serious international crises, especially the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, and the food, energy and financing crises.
Today… the opening of the national dialogue sessions
Al-Jumhuriya newspaper stated that the inaugural session of the national dialogue will begin today with broad and effective participation from various parties, including political and trade union forces, civil society, public figures and experts.
The general coordinator of the national dialogue, Diaa Rashwan, explained that the aim of inviting the Egyptian and foreign media to follow the opening session is to confirm the public opinion’s right to know and follow the course of the national dialogue in an immediate and transparent manner.
The dialogue management confirmed that the dialogue marks the beginning of a new phase that includes discussion sessions, in which all segments of the Egyptian people participate at one table, to discuss many issues and proposals presented, with the aim of reaching outputs that serve the Egyptian citizen, which is a milestone in the construction process towards the new republic.
Madbouly quickly directs the handover of the Egyptian countryside buildings
Al-Ahram newspaper reported that the Egyptian Prime Minister, Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, announced the government’s commitment to quickly hand over the service buildings implemented within the “Decent Life” initiative, with the aim of operating them and providing services to citizens. This came during a meeting held yesterday, in the presence of Engineer Randa Al-Minshawi, First Assistant to the Prime Minister and the advisory office responsible for following up the project.
The newspaper added that Engineer Randa Al-Minshawi confirmed that a large part of the land that will be used within the second phase of the presidential initiative “A Decent Life” has been equipped to implement various service projects.
Dr. Ahmed Abdel-Azim presented a report on the executive position in the first phase of the initiative and the measures that are being taken to advance the workflow of the initiative’s projects in the targeted governorates, in order to ensure implementation according to the scheduled timetables. The first phase includes 1,477 villages in 20 governorates across the republic.
The prime minister’s pledge to quickly hand over service buildings comes as part of the government’s efforts to improve public services and improve the standard of living for citizens within the framework of the “Decent Life” initiative.
Details of Lieutenant General Muhammad Zaki’s meeting with the Yemeni Minister of Defense
Al-Akhbar newspaper mentioned that Lieutenant General Muhammad Zaki, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces and Minister of Defense and Military Production, received the Yemeni Minister of Defense, Lieutenant General Mohsen Muhammad Hussein al-Dari and his accompanying delegation during their visit to Egypt, and a number of issues of common interest in the fields of military cooperation and exchange of experiences between the armed forces were discussed. in the two countries.
Lieutenant General Muhammad Zaki expressed his pride in the close relations with the brotherly Republic of Yemen, and the keenness of the General Command of the Armed Forces to increase cooperation and partnership in various military fields. The Yemeni Minister of Defense praised Egypt’s influential and effective role in its regional and international environment, and the achievement of security and stability in the Middle East region.
In the field of education, the Minister of Education and Technical Education, Dr. Reda Hegazy, announced in a press conference the ministry’s final preparations for the general secondary exams for the academic year 2022-2023 and their review, and explained the measures taken by the ministry to secure exams, ensure equal opportunities and achieve justice among students, in order to reassure parents. things and students.
At Al-Azhar University, the university president, Dr. Salama Dawoud, stated that the university’s faculties in their various regions are ready for the second semester exams, which will start on the third of June and end on the twentieth of the same month, in addition to the qualifying exams for the final teams, which will start on the second of September.