Posted on: Thursday, October 28, 2021 – 5:11 PM | Last update: Thursday, October 28, 2021 – 5:11 PM
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly praised, during today’s government meeting, the historic decision taken by President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, President of the Republic, to cancel the extension of the state of emergency throughout the country, which reflects the stability of the situation in Egypt, and represents a very good message to the whole world, noting He pointed out that this decision had a broad positive resonance at the whole world level, especially in light of the instability in our region.
During the meeting, Madbouly referred to a number of activities carried out by President Sisi at the external level, foremost of which was attending the tripartite Athens summit between Egypt, Greece and Cyprus to support partnership for development, and receiving Romanian President Klaus Iohannis in conjunction with the 115th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations Between Egypt and Romania, and receiving the Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania, where he congratulated him on his country’s obtaining a non-permanent seat in the UN Security Council from 2022 to 2023.
Madbouly also praised the organization of the fourth session of the Cairo Water Week, and the contents of President Sisi’s speech of Egypt’s aspiration to reach as soon as possible and without further delay a balanced and legally binding agreement on the Renaissance Dam in line with the presidential statement issued by the Security Council in September 2021.
During the meeting, Madbouly referred to the important messages of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, during the graduation ceremony of a new batch of military and police colleges and institutes, on top of which was the affirmation of full appreciation for the nation’s martyrs and wounded, for their sacrifice for this country, and for the security, safety and stability of Egypt.
During the meeting, the Prime Minister presented the results of his visit to France to sign the country program with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, pointing out that the visit witnessed meetings with a number of French officials, heads and managers of a number of banks and investment funds, and representatives of a large number of French companies. Madbouly thanked the Minister of Foreign Affairs, as well as the Egyptian Embassy in Paris, for the good organization of this visit, which reflected the strength of Egyptian diplomacy, and the emphasis on Egypt’s current international standing, pointing out that this was evident in the meetings held in Paris, whether with The French Prime Minister, or the officials of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and the ambassadors of the member states of the organization, who all praised the achievements of Egypt in various fields.