About 1400 restaurants across Egypt opened their doors for the first time in four months, this week, due to the spread of the coronavirus in the country.
Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli Tuesday chaired a meeting to review efforts to restructure the administrative body.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi reviewed during a Monday meeting with Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli the country’s strategic stockpile of basic food commodities, along with the government’s efforts to provide it to citizens.
Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouli reviewed Friday a report, introduced by the Unified Government Complaints System about its performance in dealing and responding to citizens’ complaints in May 2020.
Egypt's Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly presided over a meeting Thursday to follow up progress in a number of irrigation projects.
Madbouli stressed the importance of improving the level of services offered to citizens in different sectors.
Madbouli said wearing face masks in public places will be mandatory and penalties will be imposed on violators.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli inspected Saturday a number of development and service projects in the governorate of Qalyubia.
Madbouli added that the state was keen to alleviate the burden off the Egyptian citizen during the coronavirus crisis.
The fees of investor protection fund (IPF) were reduced by 50 percent to be 5 per 100,000 instead of 1 per ten thousand.
Under the premier's decisions, the fees of investor protection fund (IPF) were reduced by 50 percent to be 5 per 100,000 instead of 1 per ten thousand.
Egypt's Cabinet approved, Wednesday, proceeding with the measures needed to obtain concessional financing from the World Bank to help support the country’s health insurance system.
A statement issued by the Cabinet's Media Office said the meeting tackled the economic repercussions of the virus and the new post-coronavirus world order.
The premier made the remarks at the conclusion of his inspection tour of a number of projects being carried out in various areas in Cairo.
Jabbour said social distancing should be maintained during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, in order to avoid the quick increase in infection rates.
The prime minister called for deterring any trial to violate the preventive measures taken by the state and ordered governors to focus their monitoring efforts on public squares that have green areas, coastal governorates and cities that have Nile boats.
Madbouli was accompanied by Housing Minister Assem el Gazzar and Minister of Trade and Industry Nevin Gamea.
He emphasized the importance to protect workers in all locations and factories, and pursuing the production to achieve economic growth, pointing out that the state is keen on supporting industry in this critical stage.
The report was prepared by Housing Minister Essam el Gazzar.
The prime minister’s media advisor, said the legal measures would be taken against the one who manages the fake page.