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President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi inspected morning line-up and training exercises for students at the Police Academy during a dawn tour of the facilities.
The president was briefed on the training systems designed for the students at the academy, as per the world's most advanced training programs, Presidential Spokesperson Bassam Rady said in a statement.
El-Sisi inspected various training fields at the academy, Rady added.
The president was accompanied on the tour by Minister of Interior Mahmoud Tawfik.
El-Sisi also inspected the academy's Tactical Village, where students receive training in raids against extremists and criminals' hideouts.
"The Tactical Village is the most advanced of its kind at police academies regionlly and worldwide," the statement added.
"The president reviewed horsemanship queue aiming to boost the students' skills in this time-honoured sport as part of the interior ministry's keeness to maximise its integrated capabilities in such field [through] establishing veterinary quarantine units, a veterinary hospital, and an equestrian club in accordance with the latest international levels," the statement added.
El-Sisi also spoke to a number of cadets at the academy, wishing them success in their new life.
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