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Friday, 13 December 2019
President El-Sisi said the forum organizers were keen on outlining an agenda that expresses the challenges facing the African continent and that the debate sessions witness serious and frank discussions
A number of ports were closed, as well as some roads, amid gale force winds and dust storms
President Sisi stressed that he would not sign any law that would adversely affect women's rights
The first session of the forum's second day was launched under the title of 'To enhance the role of African women to achieve peace, security, and development'
Leaders of African nations discussed the war against terrorism and the continent's quest for peace and development at the Aswan forum in Egypt
The president's comments came the during the opening of the Aswan Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development, which is taking place in Aswan, Upper Egypt 11-12 December
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