Egypt’s Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouly, chaired on Wednesday, the government meeting, to discuss a number of important files and issues including the latest economic conference, the Arab Summit, and preparations for 27th edition of the Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27).
The prime minister began the meeting by noting that President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s participation in the Arab Summit in Algeria comes within the framework of the Egyptian state’s keenness to strengthen the bonds of cooperation and brotherhood with all brotherly Arab countries and in continuation of Egypt’s pivotal role in strengthening efforts to advance joint action mechanisms for the benefit of all Arab peoples.
Madbouly expressed hope that the summit will produce decisions that contribute to the consolidation of cohesion between the countries and peoples of the Arab world, in order to face the various challenges facing the region and the rest of the world.
In another context, the Prime Minister discussed the inauguration of the unified national network for advanced emergency services and public safety, describing it as an achievement and a major cultural shift for Egypt in dealing with crises and emergencies, through a single system in which all ministries, agencies and governorate offices in the republic participate, and ensures proper handling of crises emergency and the speed of its containment in accordance with the international standards applied in this regard.
During his speech, Madbouly touched on the launching ceremony of the first international forum and exhibition for industry, which was organized on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Federation of Egyptian Industries.
The Prime Minister also referred to the meeting held by the president with representatives of the Qatari Businessmen Association, pointing out Egypt’s keenness to develop economic and commercial cooperation relations with the community of businessmen and Qatari companies and to develop joint investments; in order to contribute to supporting the economic development process in the two brotherly countries.
Furthermore, Madbouly concluded his speech by referring to the preparations in Sharm El-Sheikh, in order to host COP27.
Madbouly expressed his thanks and appreciation to all the ministries, concerned authorities and various state agencies that contributed to the efforts made to develop the city of Sharm El-Sheikh, and completed the preparations to the fullest, which at the same time gives a new competitive advantage to be added to the elements that the city enjoys as a tourist destination.