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This seems the more important as the worldwide novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic keeps its grip on our societies and irrevocably changes our fears, expectations, and behaviour.
Our economy has suffered a big blow, the current rate of job losses unmatched in recent history. Poverty spreads. Confusion sits in. Fear appears. Our own movements are limited by confinements and curfews.
Even while drafting our cooperation programme 2021-2024 we had to adapt its foreseeable results to the consequences of the COVID-19 crisis on the economy and contribute to a “leave no one behind” approach.
The national economy, which expanded by 3.5% in 2020, was one of few in Africa that posted positive growth for the year. Indeed, Egypt has weathered the crisis well due to its macroeconomic stabilisation, and recent efforts to enhance health, education, and economic diversification outcomes.
Like the nature of the river that goes through periods of flood and drought, the relationship between Cairo and Khartoum has a long history, including many years of growth and giving, and others that were scarce and dry.
The orders would “cancel [former President Donald] Trump’s erroneous policies”, and erase the “moral and national stigma” inherited from the previous administration, as described by the US president.
MP Alaa Abed pledges to follow up on project implementation according to schedule
Hospitals, clinics to offer free detection of diseases for all mothers nationwide, says Nevine El-Kabbaj
Road map aims to strengthen military capabilities of national armies and joint force of Sahel Coalition
US-Egypt defence relationship is critical for regional security, stability: Scott Benedict
Sinopharm vaccine proved 86% effective in preventing COVID-19, says Health Ministry
Second semester will take place normally while taking all precautionary measures against COVID-19
Findings can help families make decisions about in-person schooling
The 14th-century Arab historian Ibn Khaldun wrote that the past resembles the future more than one drop of water resembles another. This may have been true once, but times have changed. We have not only an interconnected world, but also an interdependent world. The batting of a butterfly wing in New Zealand has a consequence …
Since then, I have been following what is happening in Egypt through the lens of this daily newspaper and its website. I have remained among its regular readers during my postings in other Arabic countries as well.
Egypt is the only Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region country to avoid contraction in fiscal year (FY) 2020/21. We expect growth to moderate from 3.6% in FY 2019/20 to 2.3% in FY 2020/21, supported by accommodative monetary and fiscal policies, and the progress in structural reforms prior to the pandemic.
In the lead-up to early 2020, we witnessed extensive global travel, a boom in business and the economy, and a record number of women participating in the labour force.
In the history of friendly exchanges between the two ancient civilisations of China and Egypt, it is also a special year for new achievements and new glories.
We are living through a health crisis on a historic scale with the speed and scope of its global reach quite unprecedented. While the novel coronavirus pandemic is showing us the vulnerabilities of our societies and economies, it also clearly demonstrates the importance of adopting a global approach, multi-level cooperation, and standing together. This …
The UK is leading the charge. My government wants both to build back better in our own society, and also to support other countries in their own fight. We can only do this by working together. Whether this is through bilateral engagement, or through multilateral collective effort, the ultimate solution to this problem is, and has to be, a joint one.
Last year, we celebrated the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between Korea and Egypt. The friendship of the two countries has now come of age, ten years older than Daily News Egypt.
Launching the country’s vaccine drive in the fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), PM Modi said, “A vaccination drive at such a massive scale was never conducted before in history.”
The new Government of National Unity (GNU) is led by President Mohamed Al-Menfi and Prime Minister Abdel Hamid Dbeiba.
Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that the country rejects recent Ethiopian decisions threatening Egyptian, Sudanese interests and peoples
Sudanese official called on neighbouring Ethiopia to appeal to voice of reason, respect international laws regarding transboundary waters
Historically, far more people have been killed by diseases than wars. Such was the case with the 1918 influenza pandemic during and following World War I.
Gupte joined the Indian Foreign Service in 1991. He has studied Mandarin, and has worked closely with China as Under Secretary (China) from 1995 to 1998, and during postings in Hong Kong 1998-2000) and Beijing (2000-2004).
Health Minister meets Ecopat Board of Directors head to discuss cooperation in Egypt’s health sector
As part of the move, Egypt has formed a nucleus group of 17 countries representing the various geographical regions of the UN to formulate a cross-regional statement.
Shoukry also noted the country’s pride in its role as one of the major contributors to United Nations (UN) peacekeeping operations.