Al-Qaseer, Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, affirmed that the Egyptian state regained its international and regional prestige after the June 30 revolution, following the departure of millions who delegated a great leader, asking him to correct the course and achieve development at all political, economic and international levels.
The Minister of Agriculture said - in a statement to the Middle East News Agency - that President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi realized the critical stage that Egypt was going through, and was able, with the support of the people, to advance the country and find radical solutions to the problems that were facing various sectors.
He added, "After eight years, Egypt continues to reap the fruits of its right vision, through multi-pronged reforms aimed at achieving a comprehensive and unprecedented development renaissance, which has become a source of pride for every Egyptian."
Al-Qusair stressed that we should be proud during these days' celebration of the eighth anniversary of the June 30 Revolution, that glorious revolution that once again demonstrated that the Egyptian people have resisted desperate endeavors to obliterate their national identity, or undermine the pillars of their civilization extending throughout history.
Source: Al-Ahram Gate