Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly said that every year the population increases, which puts pressure on all services, describing it as a burden.
Madbouly said in a press conference in Suez Governorate, that there is not even a developed or rich country that can deal with this huge amount of population increase, saying: We need a pause, like many countries that have done it, even for a period of time, we need to plan to aim to reduce population increase like other countries
He continued: We need to compensate for a previous period in which there was a need and accumulation. If we are able to reduce the population increase by a good number, it will relieve the burden on the state.
He also said “all my focus is on reducing the gap accumulated from years, and achieving complete sufficiency so that we as a country can feel a positive transition, the issue of population increase is very important and pivotal with the crises facing the world, it needs us to work hand in hand.”
This came during his inspection to establish a sports medicine hospital in the Suez neighborhood.
Madbouly listened to an explanation from the Minister of Youth Asharf Sobhi, who confirmed that this project aims to implement an integrated medical facility to provide sports medicine services to various target groups in the sports field.
Director General of the Directorate of Youth and Sports in Suez, Mohamed Saad, explained that the project includes the implementation of a hospital consisting of two ground floors and an upper first floor, on a total area of about 2,500 square meters, with a design that includes a large garden, parking lots, and spaces that allow ambulances to enter for a speedy reception.