Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli chaired on Wednesday a meeting to follow up on the status of the universal health insurance project.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli said the State seeks to lure further local and foreign investments to different areas
Officials all over Egypt’s governorates are following Haya Karima [Decent Life] projects updates which was described as one of Egypt’s top priorities national projects.
Cabinet Spokesman Nader Sa'ad said the meeting dealt with the work progress in the government district and the challenges and problems that hinder the implementation process.
“On my own behalf and on behalf of the Egyptian government, I would like to extend to your highness my sincere congratulations on gaining the confidence of the Federal Supreme Council of the United Arab Emirates and on your unanimous election as president of the UAE, succeeding the late Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al-Nahyan,” Madbouli said in the cable.
The premier's tour came after the Egyptian-Tunisian Higher Committee concluded its activities, Madbouli's media office said in a statement.
The 17th edition of the Egyptian-Tunisian Higher Committee kicked off her on Friday under Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli and his Tunisian counterpart Najla Bouden.
Aswan Governor Ashraf Atia said in statements, Tuesday that nearly 248 projects have been completed in the governorate as part of Haya Karima [Decent Life] presidential incitive.
Egypt’s Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouli met Wednesday with Terje Pilskog, CEO of Scatec company, where they discussed the first issuance of green bonds to finance Benban Solar Park.
Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli said the cost of implementing the presidential initiative Haya Karima, or Decent Life, is much the same as rebuilding an entire country.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli presided on Tuesday over a meeting to follow up on the provision of strategic goods and production materials to the domestic market.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli said the State is moving forward in adopting plans and proposals that would attract more domestic and foreign investments via ambitious programs meant to propel various economic sectors.
Egyptian Supply Minister Ali El-Moselhi affirmed the availability of the basic commodities across governorates as he took part in the meeting of the high committee to face the impacts of the Ukraine crisis.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi called for continuing measures that aim at supporting the tourism sector in the face of the repercussions of the ongoing global incidents, including coronavirus and the Ukraine crisis.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli affirmed the necessity of coordination among various ministries and bodies to develop Sharm El-Sheikh city and help it to be at its the best for hosting the UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) in November.
The premier added that President Sisi instructed the government to swiftly finalize the state ownership policy, which would enable the private sector to make investment decisions based on a better understanding of the state-owned enterprises’ weight in their respective sectors, the spokesman added.
"Egypt has a sufficient stock of goods which secures the availability of goods to citizens at reasonable prices," Madbouli confirmed.
Madbouli also asserted the importance of creating an integrated community that depends on the sectors of industry, maritime transport and logistic services to support the economic development wheel in Egypt.
This came during his meeting with Supply and Internal Trade Minister Ali Moselhi and Social Solidarity Minister Nivene Kabbag to resume the follow-up of the executive steps taken to restructure the subsidy system file.
Accompanied by Transport Minister Kamel el Wazir, Mabdouli followed up on the executive situation of expanding the Ring Road.