Infographic and video | “Agriculture in a Week” Harvest Bulletin No. 79 of the Ministry’s activities from February 18 to 24

The Audio and Visual Information Center, affiliated to the Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, issued the “weekly infographic” in its 79th edition, About the weekly harvest of the most important activities of the ministry, during the past week from 18 to 24 February, in cooperation with the media office of the ministry, and the center also issued a video summary, on the ministry’s activities during the same period.

The summary highlighted the fact that Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, chaired the fourth meeting of the Higher Committee concerned with preparing for Egypt’s hosting of the 24156 for the Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP)27, where he followed up on the ministries’ efforts in preparing for the conference, which is scheduled to be held next November in Sharm El-Sheikh.

The Ministry’s weekly harvest indicated the participation of the Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, Mr. Al Qaseer, in the first ministerial meeting of the Agricultural Innovation Initiative for Climate, which was held in the city of Dubai in The United Arab Emirates in the presence of about 15 Minister and more 20 Ministers via video conference, during his participation in the Expo 24156 currently being held in Dubai, State The Minister also held several bilateral meetings with some officials, investors and businessmen in the United Arab Emirates, as well as the head of the Arab Authority for Agricultural Investment and Development, and the Secretary-General of the Khalifa International Award for Dates. He also organized the pavilion of the Arab Republic of Egypt at Expo 2020 Dubai, United Arab Emirates, a symposium entitled “The Future of Agriculture in Egypt: Opportunities and Challenges” in which the Minister of Agriculture reviewed the promising opportunities in the field of agricultural production Livestock, fisheries, and new agricultural projects, within the framework of Egypt’s strategic vision 2030.

This week, the Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, Mr. Mashimba Nadaki, received the Tanzanian Minister of Livestock and Fisheries and the accompanying delegation. He discussed with him prospects of cooperation between the two brotherly countries, in the presence of Eng. Mostafa El-Sayyad, Deputy Minister of Agriculture for Livestock, Fish and Poultry Resources, head and leaders of the National Company for Fisheries and some leaders of the Ministry of Agriculture. He also met with Major General Adel El-Ghadban, Governor of Port Said; To discuss ways of joint cooperation between the Ministry and the Governorate; To facilitate the governorate’s farmers, and achieve more agricultural development in it.

The Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Al-Qusair announced that during the first phase of the Decent Life Initiative, will be established. Agricultural Association 305 Agricultural Extension Center 316 Veterinary Unit 75 a dairy assembly center with a total cost of about 2 billion pounds (construction and equipment) in 20 Governorate 96 a center 28944522 A village. The Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation also participated in the Egyptian-European Water Forum, which was organized by the European Union Delegation to the Arab Republic of Egypt, Ismailia Governorate, on February 14 and 15.

Dr. Reda Mohamed Ali, Director of the Field Crops Institute, Dr. Hatem Ibrahim, Head of the Central Department of Seed Production, and Dr. Ahmed Adam, Head of the Central Department for Examination and Approval of Seeds, inspected the wheat crop in the Future Egypt project in El-Daba’a Valley. As Dr. Ahmed Rizk, head of the Central Administration for Agricultural Pest Control, visited the wheat plantations in the Kafr El-Sheikh and Desouq centers, in the presence of those responsible for the control, in the presence of the director of the North Delta region; To check on wheat and winter crops.

Dr. Muhammad Ragai, head of the Central Department of Zoos, denied what was published about the increase in the price of entry tickets to the zoo to