Parliament Deputy Speaker MP Mohamed Abou El-Enein, Chairman of the Egyptian-European Council, held talks with the new ambassadors, who submitted their credentials to President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, a few days ago.
The Chairman of the Egyptian-European council noted that today’s meeting is held to welcome the new ambassadors, as well as to meet old friends, and to discuss the available opportunities and areas of cooperation between Egypt and friendly countries.
Moreover, Abou El-Enein hailed the “Decent Life” presidential initiative, which affirms that President El-Sisi’s ambitions are unlimited, as EGP 700 billion were provided to raise the living standards of 50% of the Egyptian people.
In addition, Abou El-Enein highlighted that what has been achieved in the New Administrative Capital (NAC), which is 3 times the area of Cairo and is an urban extension for the population that concentrated in only 7% of Egypt but now, they occupy 14% of the country’s area.
He added that the Egyptian government has a clear vision to invest in the infrastructure and superstructure, as well as education and health, stressing that this development will have a positive effect on Africa and Europe.
Abou El-Enein stressed that Sisi is an ambitious president, who is building a modern state whose foundations are democracy and economic renaissance, with a strong political will.
It is worth mentioning that, the meeting was attended by 32