During the past few hours, Al-Youm Al-Sabaa published a set of important news, on top of which the Supreme Council for Media Regulation stressed the need to stop broadcasting videos that deal with videos of murder, violence and bloodshed, especially what is being circulated about the incident of “Naira”, the girl of Mansoura, who was the victim of a brutal crime.
The Council affirmed that it would notify the Attorney General against legal and humanitarian violations in this field.
The head of the council confirmed that it was agreed with the head of the National Press Authority, Engineer Abdul-Sadiq Al-Shorbagy, on a single action plan, and an urgent meeting was held with the editors-in-chief of newspapers and websites to agree on a unified media strategy to deal with these issues.
In a statement, the council added that Facebook will be immediately addressed to delete these videos, out of respect for the human feelings of the victims’ families, and to preserve the sanctity of life and meanings that respect laws, morals and conscience.
The Council called on all media outlets to adopt intensive campaigns to spread awareness among citizens and urge them to be a line of defense for human values and to stay away from excitement and incitement, and for news sites that broadcast these videos to immediately delete them… .. Below is a summary of Egypt’s news of the most important news.
President El-Sisi directs to complete the implementation of projects to protect the beaches of the North Coast
President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi directed the completion of the implementation of various projects for the protection of beaches in the cities of the northern coast, especially Alexandria, according to the highest environmental and engineering standards, and the audit of studies related to addressing the phenomenon of erosion and beach erosion, to preserve the safety of coastal urban communities and preserve investments in them.
This came during President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s meeting today with Lieutenant-General Ahmed Khaled, Commander of the Strategic Command and Supervisor of Military Industrialization, Major General Amir Sayed Ahmed, Advisor to the President of the Republic for Urban Planning, Rear Admiral A.H. Ashraf Atwa, Commander of the Naval Forces, and Major General Ahmed Al-Azzazi, Vice President of the Engineering Authority of the Forces The Armed Forces, Rear Admiral A.H. Mohamed Fikri, Assistant Commander of the Naval Forces for Engineering Affairs, Dr. Hassan Abu Saada, Consultant in Marine Works, Dr. Ismail Al-Maraqabi, Chairman of the Shaker Consulting Group, and Eng. Moatasem Al-Gharabli, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Al-Gharabli Company.
Ambassador Bassam Rady, the official spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic, said that the president was briefed on “projects for developing and protecting beaches in Alexandria and the northern coast.
Minister of Agriculture: Delete 8000 beneficiaries from the fertilizer subsidy system due to encroachment on agricultural lands
Al-Qaseer, the Minister of Agriculture, called for legislative intervention to increase the penalties for the crime of encroachment on agricultural lands, noting that 8000 beneficiaries were removed from the agricultural fertilizer support system after it was proven that they were involved in incidents of encroachment on agricultural lands, pointing out that coordination is taking place between the legislative and executive authorities, He added that President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi directed to take serious measures to prevent encroachments on agricultural lands, explaining that the issue is a societal issue that requires the solidarity of all state institutions and that the citizen interact with the state’s movements.
This came during a meeting of the Local Administration Committee in the House of Representatives, headed by Engineer Ahmed El-Sigini, to continue following up on the measures taken by the government regarding confronting the phenomenon of infringements on agricultural land and state property, and addressing it either by removing it or dealing with it in the cradle and preventing it, with the aim of preserving the agricultural area and confirming the prestige of the state. And deterring violators, in light of activating the work of the system of spatial variables in the governorates, as well as presenting the executive position of the building permit system in the various local units, in light of the results of the discussions at the committee meeting held on May 26, 2022, that the spread of infringements resulted from the failure of building permit procedures In the presence of Dr. El-Sayed El-Qusayr, Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation.
The Minister of Agriculture said: “Awareness must be raised among the citizen, and the world faces challenges due to food and energy, and the citizen must realize that the encroachments on the lands constitute a real danger and crisis,” noting that weekly meetings are held with the relevant ministries to confront the encroachments on agricultural lands. Pointing out that the system of spatial changes contributes to confronting the crisis, stressing the need to confront the crisis in the cradle and not after construction. He continued: “Localities must prevent the violation in the bud because the economic value of the land is important and we spend billions until we return the land to agricultural land.”
Health: The Hepatitis C initiative examined 60 million citizens and distributed treatment to 2.2 million
The Ministry of Health and Population confirmed that the initiative to eliminate Hepatitis C and early detection of non-communicable diseases examined more than 60 million citizens and provided free treatment to 2.2 million citizens.
The Ministry of Health and Population revealed that the total number of citizens’ visits to presidential initiatives reached 101,498,747 visits, by about 72 million citizens.
Dr. Hossam Abdel Ghaffar, spokesman for the Ministry of Health and Population, stressed in statements to the seventh day that the health initiatives launched by President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi have a great impact in the early detection of diseases and thus the early recovery of the patient and the provision of all expenses incurred by the state in the event of health complications or chronic diseases that remain treated. of them for life.
The government denies the spread of edible oil containers unfit for human consumption
The Media Center of the Council of Ministers revealed that in light of the reported spread of edible oil containers unfit for human consumption as a result of the absence of market control, the Center contacted the Ministry of Supply and Internal Trade, which denied the news.
The Ministry of Supply confirmed that there is no truth to the spread of edible oil containers unfit for human consumption as a result of the absence of control over the markets, stressing that all food products traded in the markets, including oil, are safe, sound and fit for consumption, and conform to all standards and specifications, and are subject to periodic examinations and control during The various stages of production, distribution and display, by taking samples and examining them in approved laboratories; To ensure compliance with the health requirements for the raw materials used, whether local or imported.
The ministry indicated that intensive inspection campaigns were launched on markets and oil filling factories in various governorates at the level of the Republic to monitor any violations, while taking all legal measures if any violation was detected.
In a related context, several contracts were signed to purchase imported oils, wheat and rice, to enhance the strategic reserve of these strategic and basic commodities, which will arrive in the country during the months of July and August of this year, knowing that the strategic reserve of these commodities is safe and exceeds 6 months.
Meteorology: An extension of low air in the upper layers of the atmosphere increases the feeling of heat during the day
Dr. Manar Ghanem, a member of the Media Center of the General Authority of Meteorology, confirmed that there is an extension of an air depression in the upper layers of the atmosphere, which makes our sense of the weather during the daytime hot on Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt and the northern coasts, and the weather is very hot in the south of the country during the day with periods of brightness Sun rays.
Ghanem added in a telephone interview with the Good Morning Egypt program on Channel One and the Egyptian satellite channel, presented by Mustafa Kafafi, Hadeer Abu Zaid and Menna Al-Sharqawi, that today’s weather is stable and average temperatures are between 34 and 35 degrees, and a slight rise in temperatures can be observed with the increase in the brightness of the sun’s rays. During the day, most of the air masses come from the Mediterranean, which leads to a slight increase in humidity during the day.
She explained that with the entry of the night hours and the entry of sunlight, the temperatures drop significantly, and the weather is completely moderate throughout the Republic, and with the evening and night hours, there is wind activity in most areas at speeds ranging between 30 and 40 km per hour, which reduces Humidity ratios, and therefore we feel a decrease in the temperature and the temperate weather at night.
Health: 1.3 million surgeries were performed within the waiting lists initiative
The Ministry of Health and Population confirmed that the initiative of the President of the Republic to end the waiting lists has performed 1.3 million surgeries since its launch until now.
The Ministry of Health and Population is looking into introducing new services in the surgeries offered by the initiative to eliminate waiting lists for critical surgeries and urgent interventions, especially in the treatment of heart diseases and cardiac catheters.
The Ministry of Health and Population confirmed the provision of sources to finance the medical services provided to citizens, to work on improving the services provided, and the continuity and sustainability of the service in the face of the global rise in the prices of medical supplies.
This comes in light of the directives of Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education, acting as the Minister of Health, to expand cooperation with civil society, NGOs, medical facilities and their affiliated hospitals, and to use the services they provide to reduce pressure on public and government hospitals, with strict controls in place. of the quality of services provided to citizens.
Egypt occupies the 40th place in the international rankings of “FIFA” and the sixth in Africa
The International Football Association (FIFA) announced the monthly classification of the national teams for the month of June after the end of the qualifiers for the 2023 African Cup of Nations.
The Egyptian national team ranked 40th globally, 6th in Africa and 3rd in the Arab world, after falling 8 places, especially since it was 32nd in the world.
Education: high school basic subject exam questions multiple choice
The Ministry of Education and Technical Education confirmed that the questions of the high school exams in the basic subjects are multiple-choice, adding that the questions will measure understanding and learning outcomes.
Students of the third year of secondary school will take the Arabic language exam, starting from Sunday, June 26th.
The Ministry of Education and Technical Education said that the number of students applying for high school exams this year amounted to 707,992 students (scientific and literary divisions), within 2,089 traffic committees in each sector at the level of the Republic, noting the need to adhere to the instructions for exam controls announced by the Ministry, and work. To ensure that students enter the committees without any electronic devices “mobiles – headphones”, explaining that the concept book will be distributed to the exam committees before the start of the exams marathon, stressing the need to warn students not to write on the concept book and hand it over to the observers after the exam ends daily, because The student is not allowed to take the concept booklet out of the committee.
Agriculture: New Zealand markets opened to Egyptian citrus for the first time
Al-Qusair, Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, received a report from Dr. Ahmed Al-Attar, head of the Egyptian Agricultural Quarantine, stating that a new market had been opened to export all Egyptian citrus varieties to New Zealand, after the successful opening of the market to oranges two years ago.
This came after major negotiations between the agricultural quarantine in the two countries and the visit of a technical delegation from the New Zealand agricultural quarantine to see the Egyptian export system.
These negotiations resulted in the signing of an export protocol between the President of the Egyptian Agricultural Quarantine and the New Zealand Ambassador in Cairo, in the presence of a high-ranking New Zealand Agricultural Quarantine delegation in order to open a new market for all Egyptian citrus varieties and start exporting them immediately to New Zealand.
It is noteworthy that New Zealand is one of the countries that enjoys a strong stone system and requires very difficult specifications in importing food commodities, which confirms the international quality of Egyptian agricultural products, which has become a good reputation at the international level and is in increasing demand from all countries of the world, as Egypt is currently exporting more than 350 An agricultural commodity for about 160 foreign markets, and Egypt ranks first in the world in orange exports for the third year in a row.