In a statement on Friday, the center said it contacted the Agriculture and Land Reclamation Ministry that dismissed as groundless such reports.
President Abdel Fattah al Sisi arrived, Thursday at the Christmas Mass in the Cathedral of the Nativity of Christ in the New Administrative Capital to wish Egyptians a Merry Christmas.
Cairo Governor Khaled Abdel Aal, many political and popular leaders, Senate and House members, and a delegation from Al-Azhar and the Ministry of Endowments, as well as intellectuals and media men have been present.
The security directorates have implemented an intensified security plan to secure the celebrations through intensive security deployment in all road axes, squares, important installations and places of worship.
"My sincere congratulations to my friends; Pope Francis, Pope Tawadros, Archbishop Justin Welby, Patriarch Bartholomew I as well as to all Christians around the world on the occasion of Christmas," El-Tayyeb said in a Facebook post on Thursday.
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In his cables, President Sisi wished the world leaders a blessed year that would mark a new start for development, progress and prosperity.
This Christmas, let’s spread some love with acts of giving and make it better for those who are not having it easy.
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Egyptian Ambassador in Berlin Khaled Galal conveyed Sisi's greetings to the Coptic community in Germany on the occasion of Christmas.
Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria led the Christmas mass in the monastery of St. Anba Bishoy, in Wadi Natrun, Wednesday without any attendance of audience due to coronavirus.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi congratulated Egyptians on the occasion of Christmas and the new year.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi met with Pope Tawadros II over a video conference to wish Copts and all Egyptians a merry Christmas, which is celebrated by Orthodox Christians on Jan. 7.
Head of the Theater Art House Ismail Mukhtar, said that the performances of the Theater Art House will return to its theaters again, starting January 7, which coincides with the celebrations of Christmas.
Abdel Dayem said that Egypt remains a model of tolerance and coexistence and a unique example of the unity of the national fabric over the years.
Allam stressed that the Muslims' celebration of the New Year is permissible and not forbidden.
He wished the New Year would be full of happiness, welfare, safety, protection, love, health and prosperity to all humankind.