Yesterday, President Abdel Fattah El Sisi arrived in New York to represent Egypt before the 74th session of the UN General Assembly, to represent Africa at the high-level international political gathering and to deliver Egypt’s statement before the UN General Assembly.
President Sisi will review Egypt’s vision and positions on regional and international developments in the areas of global peace and security, combating international terrorism and extremist ideology, economic, social and developmental issues, in addition to African issues.
He will meet world leaders and hold bilateral talks and consultations on international issues, most importantly the climate file, especially after the recent Amazon fires and climate change that threatens the whole world.
I follow up closely his participation in the United Nations General Assembly and I notice the extent of love and respect of the world leaders to him. One of the most impressive posts I have read on Facebook and I rewrite it again to show my confidence and support for President Sisi:
A president who established, in four years, one million and 700 thousand housing units which accommodated nine million Egyptian citizens
A president who chanted before the United Nations, in his first political presence, “Long live Egypt” and everyone stood in respect of him
A president who honestly told the president of the world’s largest power generator manufacturer that he do not have adequate financing now, meanwhile the German Siemens president said “We are going to build it, sir,”.
A president to whom Henry Kissinger, the toughest politician who has run the world for half a century, said: “You are the only president who has succeeded in preserving his state in the Middle East.”
A president who get Pentagon headquarters opened, as US Defense Secretary James Mattis stresses Egypt’s pivotal role in Middle East
A president who proved the strong presence of his country in the United Nations as he is the first Egyptian president who attended four consecutive sessions.
A president who, in only three sessions of the United Nations, held meetings with leaders of 82 states.
A president who didn’t feel shy to meet the simple Egyptian women to achieve their dreams.
A president who dug tunnels of life in Sinai and buried the plots of Tatars and Americans.
A president who established, in four years, a road network and huge bridges linking all parts of Egypt at a cost of 20 billion pounds
A president who allocated, in a record time, the potential of his country to treat 1.5 million citizens from a disease that ravages their lives.
God preserve Egypt.