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President El-Sisi and the First Lady Attend Egyptian Women’s Day Celebration

Thursday، 21 March 2024 - 12:00 AM

President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and the First Lady arrived, on Thursday 21/03/2024, at Manara International Conference Center to attend ceremony marking Egyptian Women's Day. 

The ceremony was attended by Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces and Minister of Defense and Military production Mohamed Zaki and Minister of Interior Major General Mahmoud Tawfiq, along with a number of ministers and senior statesmen.

President of the National Council for Women, Maya Morsi (NCW), confirmed - during the Egyptian Women’s Day celebration - that empowering woman has become an integral part of the State’s policy.

Following the speech of the Council President, a documentary film was shown about the achievements of the National Council for Women, which opened the door to livelihood for thousands of Egyptian women through 44 workshops and production units that changed the lives of many families.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi honoured on a number of ideal mothers during a celebration marking Egyptian Women’s Day.

El-Sisi awarded the mothers the Order of Virtues of Second Class.

President El-Sisi’s Speech at the Egyptian Women’s Day Celebration

Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi voiced his appreciation for Egyptian women’s ultimate sacrifices and distinguished national role.

In his speech during a ceremony marking celebration of Egyptian Women’s Day at Al-Manara International Conference Center, the president said Egyptian woman sets every day a live example of an embodiment model reflecting highest meanings of giving and epitomizing the definition of selfless service and sacrifice in order to preserve her family and her country.

Egyptian woman is an essential pillar for security and stability in the homeland and a source of inspiration of endless sacrifices, as she has spared no effort for the sake of preserving her country’s progress and stability, added the president.

President Sisi said Egyptian women will always remain an essential pillar for the security and stability of the country.

Women are always source of inspiration for others and they always work earnestly to protect and serve their families and homeland.

Egyptian women also make great sacrifices in different domains day after day, the president said, noting that such a celebration aims to highlight the great role played by women to serve homeland.

The president stated that he issued directives for establishing a family care fund to help woman continue living her life in case that her husband left her alone over any marital discord.

President Sisi underlined the necessity of drafting legislation and laws that guarantee the protection of women.

The president said internal conditions are stable in Egypt and getting better, while there is a thorough plan to overcome crises and stabilize prices of commodities.

The state is committed to backing free economy, but the government will not hesitate to play its role on striking balance in markets once again.

The president reaffirmed the need for having unity among the state-run institutions, media, intellectuals, mosques, churches and families to raise awareness among citizens to protect Egypt.

The president stressed that the army’s operation in Sinai aimed to protect 100 million citizens and safeguard the future of the nation.

Sisi assured all citizens that Egypt works earnestly to settle the crises in the region through ceasing fire, releasing prisoners, reconstructing Gaza Strip and finding a lasting solution to the Palestinian cause.

The president lauded the participation of Egyptian media figure Safaa Abul Saoud in this celebration.



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