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Today,The African Caucus Conference In Sharm El Sheikh with Ministry Of Investment has been a huge success and they’re taking a step to fix economical reforms that we face.

The opening of the annual meetings of the African Union of the World Bank and the Monetary Fund in Sharm El-Sheikh, attended by 40 African countries

Minister of Investment and International Cooperation, “Egypt is making every effort to promote the interests and priorities of African development during its chairmanship of the African Union … and call on the international financial institutions to play a bigger role in accomplishing the comprehensive economic transformation process adopted by our African countries.”

Dr. Sahar Nasr stated that “The President of the Republic has put forward an ambitious vision for a comprehensive economic and social reform program aimed at building a strong state. We call on the African countries to participate in the 2018 Africa Conference.” Also, the Minister of Finance said, “Meetings aimed at reaching unified proposals and policies that help the African continent to deal with global and development challenges.”

Dr. Muait came to the conclusion of that we carry out a package of reforms to support the private sector, headed by the implementation of the law of waiver of fines for delaying the payment of taxes and the adoption of a new and simplified tax system for small and micro industries and the activation of the new law of public contracting and the issuance of a uniform law for customs and expedite the implementation of the program of government proposals.

The annual meetings of the African Union of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), held under the auspices of the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelfattah Al Sisi, opened on Sunday morning 4 August 2018 in support of the African continent’s issues in international financial institutions and forums. In cooperation with the Central Bank Of Egypt, under the patronage of Dr. Mustafa Madbouli, Prime Minister, today and tomorrow, in the city of Sharm El-Sheikh, in the presence of 40 countries from within and outside the African continent.

The meeting was chaired by Dr. Sahar Nasr — Minister of Investment and International Cooperation, and Dr. Mohamed Maait — Minister of Finance, in the presence of Dr. Rania Al Mushat — Minister of Tourism, Dr. Yasmin Fuad — Minister of Environment, Dr. Hala Zayed — Minister of Health, Minister of Agriculture, Amr Nassar —Minister of Trade and Industry, Major General Khalid Fouda —Governor of South Sinai, and representatives of major international institutions, including Dr. Mahmoud Mohieldin — First Vice President of the World Bank, Mr Sergio Pimenta — Vice President of the International Finance Corporation for the Middle East; Africa, Ms. Keiko Honda — Chief Executive Officer of the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, Mr. David Robinson — African Administration of the International Monetary Fund, Mr. Giyath Chapsig — IMF Expert on Banking and Finance, and lasty, Mr. Charles Collins — Chief Economist of the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency; Institute of International Finance.

Dr. Sahar Nasr, Minister of Investment and International Cooperation, stressed that President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi has put forward an ambitious vision for a comprehensive economic and social reform program aimed at building a strong state and re-orienting the Egyptian economy and putting it on its right path. Institutional and structural systems. These steps have won the confidence of international institutions, including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, which have always been strategic partners with the Egyptian government, especially in recent times. Egypt is exerting all efforts to promote the interests and priorities of African development We are committed to implementing the African Union’s agenda for the achievement of the World Development Goals of 2063 to deepen cooperation among African countries through specific programs of economic integration, especially in the areas of investment, trade and infrastructure development, investment in human capital Through the promotion of education and health care to achieve greater employment opportunities, and fight poverty and equitable participation in the benefits of economic growth.

“We are pleased to host the annual meetings of the African Union of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, which, during the current meetings, lead us to work together to discuss and formulate a unified vision to strengthen cooperation between African countries and the Bank,” she said. Including the drafting of an ambitious project for the document to be presented by the African Group to the two institutions at the next annual meetings in October 2018, and in line with the developmental aspirations of our peoples, to deepen economic integration through increased investment The promotion of the role of the private sector, the development of mechanisms for financing and financial inclusion, the promotion and diversification of exports and the increasing role of African States in the international financial system, all with the aim of comprehensive and sustainable economic growth that affects all segments of society in our African continent.

In line with these objectives, the current meetings will focus on discussing a number of issues affecting the reality of the African economy through specialized sessions that discuss how to remove the obstacles facing the private sector, build on successful international experiences in private-public participation, and facilitate procedures to attract investment. And discussing the best ways to promote and diversify exports. We will also discuss the financial coverage and how to provide funding for all projects, not just big projects, but small and micro, and maximize the benefit of the countries of the continent to benefit from technology.

The Minister pointed out that Egypt, the current Chairman of the African Group at the World Bank and the IMF, calls on the international financial institutions to play a bigger role in achieving the comprehensive economic transformation adopted by our African countries over decades. We aim to complete the joint effort To develop better opportunities for the economies of our continent, working hard to raise the standard of living of our peoples for the advancement of our African continent for decades.

The Minister stressed that effective participation between the countries of the African continent and international institutions should be based on prioritizing the African citizen in the forefront and focusing on supporting national programs and national projects. The aim of these communities is to develop economic relations between the countries of the continent and to strengthen economic and trade integration between our countries, Infrastructure projects and networks of electricity and new and renewable energy, maximizing the use of our natural and human resources and our strategic position on the global map to support the development efforts of our continent.

Successful economic success is based on the political will and vision adopted by countries, especially with regard to the realization of young people’s hopes for greater participation in their country’s economy through the establishment of entrepreneurship projects, support for entrepreneurship and better employment opportunities, as well as the promotion and contribution of women in development programs. Citizen is the main axis of development.

The minister said that as usual, “we meet to achieve our common goals towards greater integration and joint action, which we hope to achieve during the current meetings through fruitful discussions based on our achievements and strive for more for the well-being of our peoples and an effective partnership with international institutions. We are honored to invite you to participate in the 2018 Africa Conference under the patronage of President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, to be held in Egypt in Sharm El-Sheikh, which is one of the most important events to promote investment and entrepreneurship and enhance the economic role of women. Chaired by the African Union, and I wish the success of the activities of this gathering and the next conference to achieve the good of our countries and peoples. Thank you and I repeat my welcome to you on the land of Egypt.”

For his part, Minister of Finance Dr. Mohamed Moait stressed the importance of the high-level meetings of the IMF and World Bank Group of African Countries for the 2018 African Cacus, which is currently being held in Sharm El-Sheikh. This year’s annual conference focuses on discussing issues related to the promotion of inclusive growth The African continent and increase the role and contribution of the private sector investments in the continent and the payment of African exports.

These meetings are aimed at reaching unified proposals and policies that will help the African continent to deal effectively with the global and development challenges of its countries, as well as to present a unified position to the demands of African countries from international institutions, led by the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.

He pointed out the Egyptian government’s intention to continue implementing its comprehensive economic reform program, which will be based on the successes achieved in previous years, mainly the stability and improvement of macro-economic indicators represented by the growth rates to reach 5.3% in 2017/2018. 10.6% in March 2018, and the increase in the foreign reserves balance to reach record rates and reassurance of more than 44 billion dollars, and the government’s continued determination to carry out the duties of the President during the coming period.

The Minister of Finance explained that the Egyptian government has a comprehensive program and vision in this regard, as the work is being carried out on all the following axes, “Increasing the competitiveness of the Egyptian economy from Through the adoption of a flexible exchange rate system, the continued efforts to properly price inputs of production, the elimination of all obstacles facing the private sector and export activities, and the use of savings and surpluses resulting from the implementation of financial reforms on the items of income and expenditure to improve the Infrastructure and services provided to citizens, including the expansion of natural gas delivery network for homes and factories, increasing the access of citizens to clean water and the access of sewage networks to all cities and regions, and working to increase and improve the efficiency of the Egyptian road network to link cities and new productive and residential areas.”

The current network of the subway in Cairo and work to improve the quality of services provided, and the continuation of the national program to provide economic housing suitable for all classes, especially for slum dwellers, the implementation of a package of reforms to support the private sector, headed by the implementation of the law on waiver of fines for tax arrears in a manner that ensures the end of the problem of arrears of tax and parallel the restoration of public treasury rights, the adoption of a new and simplified tax system for small and micro industries, and the activation of the new law of public contracting.

The private sector of the system of government tenders and the ease of providing services to state agencies, and the issuance of a unified law of customs in a way that increases the competitiveness of the Egyptian economy and works to become customs outlets in order to facilitate international trade and facilitate payment and the Lord To facilitate the implementation of the government proposals program in order to contribute to the activation of the Egyptian Stock Exchange, increase its market value, expand the ownership base, attract private investments, provide sources of income for the public budget, improve governance, disclosure and transparency in government companies and provide Resources to finance the expansion of companies that contribute to the state without resorting to borrowing, and the expansion of the implementation of investment projects And increase the support for export activities, while linking any additional incentives with performance indicators to ensure an increase in the Egyptian export revenues at high and sustainable rates and opening new markets for Egyptian exports and products.

Algeria, Sudan, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Comoros, Angola, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Eritrea, Ghana, Guinea, Equatorial Guinea, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Congo, Senegal, South Africa and South Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, the Sao Tome and Principe Islands, as well as senior officials from the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and major economic powers affecting the continent’s economy The United States of America, the United Kingdom, France and Japan.

In my opinion, maybe this is the first step for Egypt’s economical benefits and someday we’ll rise up, soon!

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Pyramids Marathon: A Race through Egypt’s ancient history

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Thousands of runners are now getting ready for the Pyramids Marathon, an iconic event that invited runners from around the world to participate in the race held in Egypt’s greatest landmark, the Pyramids.

Participants range from all ages and nationalities, to complete the course of 10K, 21K or the 42K!

The Pyramids Marathon is organized by the TriFactory, an Egyptian sports management company, that specializes in mass participation sports events just like this one.

Good news is, for those who missed the chance of participating and want to witness the event, a live tracking system is available on their website. So make sure to follow your friends and family complete this run through Egypt’s ancient history!

https://www.pyramidsmarathon.com/livetracking?fbclid=IwAR0o1vUFOqGIePeG49FOkn1syCr4QAPQJ35WpKYYSqlClWETjt_wZ_l3amg

Minister of Tourism Rania Al-Mashat is of course apparent in the picture and is taking part of the race; she explains how this event will help in maintaining a good image for our nation on a global scale.

We can’t wait to see the results of this race, and the participants’ feelings about taking part of such an incredible event.

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Crowds brave snow to see UK royals Meghan and Harry

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BRISTOL, England – 1 February 2019: Prince Harry and his wife Meghan thanked crowds of well-wishers for braving wintry conditions to welcome them on a trip to southwest England on Friday.

“I hope everyone gets a nice cup of tea after this,” Meghan said as she and her husband chatted to those who had waited in the cold to see them as snow fell.

Harry and Meghan, a former actress who is expecting their first child this Spring, were in Bristol where they visited the city’s Old Vic, built in 1766 and the oldest continuously working theatre in the English-speaking world.

Later, they were due to visit Empire Fighting Chance, a charity which seeks to use boxing to try to help young people, who are failing at school or at risk of drifting into unemployment or crime, turn their lives around

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Establishing Russian Industrial Zone in Egypt comes into force

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CAIRO – 1 February 2019: President Abdel Fatah Al Sisi issued decree No. 420 of 2018 approving an agreement between the governments of Egypt and Russia concerning the establishment and operation of the Russian Industrial Zone in the Suez Canal Economic Zone in Egypt, which was signed in Moscow on May 23, 2018.

The decree was published in the official gazette Al-Waqa’i’ al-Misriyya on Jan. 23, 2019. As per the Egyptian constitution, any presidential decree shall be published in the official gazette to come into force.

Since February 2015, Egypt and Russia have been negotiating $7 billion worth of Russian investments in the Russian Industrial Zone (RIZ) project in the East Port Said region.

RIZ would be established on an area of 5.25 million square meters and will be built over three phases, according to a statement issued by the Suez Canal Economic Zone.

The project will be conducted on three phases, the first phase involves 1 million square meters, will be carried out by a Russian developer who will also work on attracting Russian investors and companies throughout 2018 and 2019. This phase will create 7,300 jobs in the construction field.

The second phase will develop 1.6 million square meters and will be finished by 2022, creating 10,000 jobs, while the third phase will develop 2.65 million square meters and generate 17,000 jobs.

The three phases are expected to be finished by 2031, when Russian companies will start operations, providing some 35,000 direct and indirect jobs, the statement said.

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