President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi praised the General Investment Authority's personnel for their efforts, adding, "They are really interested in the industry in Egypt, encourage it, and overcome all impediments in front of investors."
He emphasised that the purpose of our visit today and the inauguration of the projects is to increase investor interest, stating, "We are not far from the reality we live in, and the state is advancing in the road of facilitating everything possible for investors, and we will enter certain regions."
President Sisi emphasised: The models we saw today from investors are fine, but they are insufficient, and businesspeople and the state must work together.
We are aiming for $100 billion in exports, and this amount is not tremendous for a nation the size of Egypt with 104 million people, he added, highlighting the fact that Egyptian workers' earnings are not very high in comparison to those of other nations in the globe.
President El-Sisi continued, saying, "We are prepared to extend the training and qualification of young people for the job market through technical schools."
This occurred at the inauguration of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi on Tuesday at the General Authority for Investment and Free Zones, where a number of national projects were unveiled in the presence of the Prime Minister Dr. Mostafa Madbouly and other ministries and top politicians.