The head of the internal trade sector at the Ministry of Supply and Internal Trade, Abdel Moneim Khalil, reassured the citizens of Egypt, saying: “Do not worry about anything, and we have large stock of strategic commodities.”
Egypt has so far fared extremely well in the Covid-19 pandemic – at least according to their official figures. With slightly fewer than 360,000 cases up until the beginning of December 2021, the country ranks in an excellent position by international standards.
The choice of Egypt to host the next UN climate summit severely imperils Egyptian and international civil society participation, a crucial feature of the global efforts to address the climate crisis, Human Rights Watch said today.
Egypt’s Ministry of Environment announced that Egypt was selected to officially host the 27th session of the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh (COP27).
Egypt’s Sisi Calls for International Community to Support Africa’s Climate Action at COP26 Conference
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi gave a speech at the 2021 COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, UK, on 1 November, calling for the international community to support Africa’s climate change concerns and address their green financing challenge.
Egypt ranks fifth worldwide and first in the Middle East and North Africa in underreporting Covid-19 deaths, a new report by the World Bank has shown.
An Egyptian court dealing with threats to national security has tasked the government with addressing the International Criminal Police Organization — Interpol — to arrest three Egyptians, including a construction contractor in self-exile, for inciting the public against the government of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
An Egyptian court yesterday requested that Interpol issue an arrest notice for prominent contractor Mohamed Ali and two others for “inciting violence and spreading fake news, and joining a terrorist group.”
Egypt has been listed by the International Trade Union Confederation as one of the world’s worst ten countries for workers in the world.
The Arab Council, a human rights body, yesterday called on the international community and rights groups to help stop the implementation of death penalties against 12 Muslim Brotherhood members upheld by the Egyptian judiciary early this week.