President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi visited the Military College on Saturday to hold a meeting with its students and faculty members, listen to students’ opinions and inquiries on various issues and topics, and reviewed Egypt’s position on foreign policy issues and issues related to the Middle East.
He was accompanied by Minister of Defence and Military Production Mohamed Zaki, Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces Osama Askar, leaders of the main branches, and several leaders of the Armed Forces.
This comes as part of the president’s keenness to follow up on the various training, rehabilitation, physical preparation, and skill programmes offered to students at military colleges and institutes.
Al-Sisi also congratulated the graduates of the college for finally joining the ranks of the Armed Forces, ushering in a new generation full of hope and patriotism.
Furthermore, he stressed Egypt’s firm position in the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) dispute and the protection of Egypt’s water security, noting the efforts of the Egyptian state in social protection projects related to the Decent Life Presidential Initiative.
Additionally, the president referred to the importance of awareness and directing societal thought to protecting Egypt’s national security.
Finally, Al-Sisi watched several training activities for the students of the college, which began with sports activities that included physical efficiency exercises and bicycle rides that the students perform daily, which showed the extent of their high physical capabilities.