By: Ali Abu–Dashish
CAIRO, Dec. 6 (SEE)- Cleopatra Media Group, headed by Journalist Elham Abou El-Fath, congratulates the Egyptian Businessman Mohamed Abul-Enein on being declared the chairmanship of the Advisory Committee for the Sages of the Council of Arab Economic Unity (CAEU).
On his part, Abul-Enein praised the significant efforts made by President Abdel-Fattah E-Sisi through implementing solutions that tackle the roots of any crisis. He also hailed Sisi’s apparent role in connecting world countries with their Arab counterparts, besides his active steps in both Africa and the Arab world.
The businessman stressed that the unprecedented leap in Egypt’s infrastructure, specifically road projects, will have a positive effect on transportation through facilitating trade routes and speeding up the completion of various agricultural and industrial projects.
He also affirmed that what has been achieved is a live proof that Egyptian experts have the capacity, efficiency and experience that would one day enable them to exceed global measures.
On Wednesday, Ambassador Mohammed Al-Rabee, Secretary-General of the CAEU, said that Abul-Enein was chosen to succeed Former Prime Minister Dr. Issam Sharaf in view of his prominent presence in the Arab world and abroad as a businessman and an Arab economic thinker.
Al-Rabee said in a statement that Abul-Enein contributed much through his participation in international forums representing his Arab nation, defending its economic interests and position in the light of the global alliances.
The Ambassador wished success to Abul-Enein in his new mission and in activating joint Arab economic action.
It is worth mentioning that this year, Abul-Enein won the award of the best industrialist in Africa for 2018 from the African Union for the distinction of Cleopatra in the manufacturing. He was also awarded the Nobel Prize for the Mediterranean and ‘Stella Al Merito’ award for his social contributions and philanthropic activities.
Ambassador Nabil Makram, Minister of Immigration and Expatriates’ affairs, hailed Cleopatra’s suite at “Real Estate Egypt” exhibition in London, UK.