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Egypt’s cabinet holds first meeting in New Alamein city on Wednesday

Ahram Online , Tuesday 23 Jul 2019
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The cabinet will hold on Wednesday its first weekly meeting led by Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly at the new government headquarters at New Alamein City.

The meeting will discuss several political, economic and social projects as well as demands.

In statements to the media, Egypt's Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly said the meeting is meant to send an important message to the country that New Alamein city was a sustainable city year round and was not merely a seasonal resort to be used for two months only.

He added that New Alamein accommodated 3 million people and contained commercial, tourist, and industrial areas in addition to universities and service buildings established by 100,000 engineers and workers.

The new cabinet headquarters' building consists of a ground floor, four upper floors, a meeting room, ministerial suites and a media centre.

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