Regarding the meetings held by Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, the report indicated that a meeting was held with the Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities, where he was tasked with preparing a plan to offer various housing units to Egyptians abroad and to increase the units currently offered for reservation for middle-income people, in the presence of a deputy The Minister of Housing for National Projects, the Assistant Minister of Housing, and the supervisor of financial and administrative affairs at the New Urban Communities Authority, in addition to holding a meeting to review the basic features of the investment plan for the fiscal year 2022/2023, where he stressed that The state seeks to raise the level of quality of services provided to citizens at the level of the Republic, in the presence of the Minister of Planning and Economic Development, the Deputy Minister for Planning Affairs, and a number of ministry officials.
The meetings also included, as highlighted by the report, a meeting to follow up the intensive efforts to provide various types of basic commodities in local markets, in the presence of the Ministers of Supply and Internal Trade, Finance, Interior, Agriculture and Land Reclamation, Trade and Industry, the Head of the Consumer Protection Agency, and a number of officials The ministries and concerned authorities, in addition to holding a meeting with representatives of the chambers of commerce to check on the availability of basic commodities, where he stressed that the important timing imposes the need for full cooperation to alleviate the current crisis on the Egyptian citizen, in the presence of the Ministers of Supply and Internal Trade, Trade and Industry, and the Secretary-General of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce
The Prime Minister’s meetings, according to the report, also included a meeting of the Board of Governors to discuss a number of important files, as he referred to the President of the Republic’s directives to address any practices related to monopoly or concealment of goods in light of the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, instructing the governors to follow up the movement of markets and the availability of Commodities, in the presence of the Ministers of Supply, Local Development, Agriculture, Trade and Industry, and the governors of Port Said, North Sinai, Suez, Damietta, Beheira, Matrouh, Qena and Aswan, in addition to the weekly meeting, where a number of vital files were discussed, such as the “Martyr’s Day” celebration. The repercussions of the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, and the situation of Egyptian students studying in Ukrainian universities.
Regarding the activities carried out by the Prime Minister, according to the report, they included a review of a report from the director of the unified government complaints system, which included monitoring efforts to respond to citizens’ complaints during the month of February, where the system monitored
A thousand complaints, requests and distress, and distinct responses were made from ministries, governorates, and government agencies to resolve citizens’ complaints N, as well as a review of a report from the Minister of Trade and Industry on the most prominent facilities provided to promote medium, small and micro enterprises, and motivate them to integrate into the formal economy.
The activities also included a press conference to clarify the facts regarding the repercussions of the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, where he emphasized coordination with the Chambers of Commerce to secure food commodities at fair prices and to avoid any kind of exaggeration, referring to the President of the Republic’s directives to provide a permanent reserve balance of at least 3. – 6 months of basic commodities, in the presence of the Ministers of Tourism and Antiquities, Supply and Internal Trade, Finance, Agriculture and Land Reclamation, and Trade and Industry.
His Excellency also witnessed the signing ceremony of a memorandum of understanding between the General Authority for the Economic Zone of the Suez Canal, the Sovereign Fund of Egypt, the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company, the New and Renewable Energy Development and Use Authority, and the Norwegian Scatec Renewable Energy Company, regarding the ammonia production project. green hydrogen, in addition to an opening with the President of the Republic of Tajikistan for the activities of the Egyptian-Tajik Business Forum, with the participation of a number of ministers, officials and businessmen from the two countries, where he reviewed the steps taken to remove obstacles to economic growth and attract foreign investments, calling on the Tajik delegation to learn about investment opportunities, as well as On the holding of an expanded session of talks in the presence of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, and members of the accompanying delegation, on the sidelines of the Egyptian-Tajik Business Forum, where he expressed his aspiration that this visit would give a strong impetus to the relations of cooperation between the two countries in various fields.
Regarding the meetings held by Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly during the week, the report showed that he met with the CEO of the United Nations Green Climate Fund, to discuss a number of cooperation files, where he praised the support provided by the Fund to Egypt to finance four projects. With a value of approximately 2020 million dollars, with the aim of protecting the northern coasts, and implementing the “Benban” solar energy project, in the presence of the Minister of Environment, and the Director of the Environment and Sustainable Development Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Prime Minister also met with the CEO of the South African company Vodacom, a subsidiary of Vodafone, and his accompanying delegation, where he welcomed Vodacom’s expansion plans in the Egyptian market, in the presence of the Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Member The delegate and CEO of Telecom Egypt and the CEO of Vodafone Egypt, in addition to his meeting with the Director of the Regional Office of the United Nations Human Settlements Program in the Middle East and Arab Countries, and the Director of the Egypt Office of the United Nations Human Settlements Program, to discuss a number of cooperation files and arrangements for organizing the course The 12th World Urban Forum in 2024 to be hosted by Egypt