We present to you the most important daily news related to the Egyptian affairs on June 7, 2021
Minister of Local Development: Egypt seeks to promote a green economy strategy and rely on clean energy
Mahmoud Sharawy, Minister of Local Development, said that the state is moving forward to enhance the strategy of the green economy and rely on clean energy, according to clear and specific plans that will help it become a leading regional model in this field, in implementation of the directives of the political leadership.
Minister of Environment: Projects to convert waste into energy, a qualitative leap in the mechanisms of dealing with the problem
The Minister of Environment, Dr. Yasmine Fouad, stressed that some projects that were carried out in previous eras without an environmental study had an environmental impact, and this was reflected on the population, but the new thought for caring for the environment is based on the need for all projects to take into account the environmental dimension, and this became the state’s approach in all on-the-ground projects
The Minister of Agriculture stresses the importance of "desert research" by exploring natural resources in "one and a half million acres"
The Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Al-Qusair, praised the fruitful and serious cooperation between the Ministry of Agriculture and its various agencies, and the New Egyptian Rural Development Company, with the aim of reclaiming, cultivating and developing the lands of one and a half million acres to create new integrated societies that include, in addition to agricultural activity, related industries based on the productivity of the land, while regulating the use of Groundwater resources, and the opening of new economic development areas that are implemented in accordance with modern scientific methods and methods
Red Sea Governor: Announcing the governorate free of slums within a few months
Major General Amr Hanafy, Governor of the Red Sea, inspected the site of the "Rivira Sahl Hasheesh" project in Hurghada, which is one of the largest tourism investment projects in the city, in a quick move from the governor, in implementation of the directives of Prime Minister Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, who quickly directed the preparation of an integrated study for this. The project and presented at a future meeting, as the project is considered among the outputs of the strategic plan for Hurghada, in implementation of the mandates of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi
“The Golden Age of Mosques” ... Replacing and renovating 5,500 mosques at a cost of more than 6 billion pounds during the era of President Sisi
An unprecedented leap achieved by Mohamed Mokhtar Gomaa, Minister of Awqaf, in the field of building mosques or restoring, renovating, maintaining and furnishing them during the past seven years and since President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi assumed power