President Abdel Fattah El Sisi inaugurated, Saturday, Turathuna exhibition of handicrafts and heritage arts and products at the Egypt Center for International Exhibitions, according to Presidency Spokesperson Bassam Rady.
“Sisi inspected the halls and pavilions of the exhibition, held in its third session, with the participation of 1,500 exhibitors, in addition to the participation of some friendly countries such as the UAE, Jordan and Sudan, in the context of strengthening cooperation and inter-regional trade and ties between peoples,” said Rady.
President Sisi exchanged conversations with the exhibitors, young men, women, and people with special needs, and listened to their suggestions and ideas.
Furthermore, he urged concerned officials to provide all facilities and support to people with special needs and to overcome any obstacles facing their activities in order to promote those traditional crafts that characterize the various Egyptian governorates, within the framework of the state’s support for youth.
Turathuna exhibition is one of the largest specialized exhibitions in the field of handicrafts and heritage arts; it is held in implementation of the country’s strategy for supporting these crafts, displaying distinctive products and opening wider horizons for their spread and development, as well as encouraging young people to learn and master these exquisite handicrafts.