Madbouly: President Sisi’s word before G20 Summit embodies strong messages to face up to climate changes

Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly stressed the importance of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s participation in the 18th G20 Summit held in New Delhi on September 9-10.
During the cabinet meeting Thursday, the Prime Minister said that president Sisi’s word during the Summit held strong messages, as it underlined the importance of the G20 role in addressing global financial disruption, upgrading international financing institutions, along with working out sustainable solutions for hierarchical problems besetting developing countries, especially regarding growing debts, diminishing of developmental aid, hard conditions set for obtaining any assistance, the widening financial gap impeding realization of sustainable development and just transition to a low-carbon economy.
The president also highlighted the importance of propelling economic integration in Africa and lauded Africa’s representation in the G20, Madbouli added.
The prime minister noted that President Sisi voiced Egypt’s preparedness to host an international hub for storing and handling grains, with a view to facing up to the food crisis.
President Sisi also held important meetings with world leaders and senior officials on the sidelines of the summit, he said.
Meantime, the prime minister referred to his visit to the Grand Egyptian Museum Saturday.
Madbouli began his tour by inspecting the main exhibition halls, dedicated to the history of ancient Egypt from the predynastic period to the Greco-Roman era. He also visited the Khufu Ship Museum, which houses two solar boats that were built for King Khufu.
During his inspection, Madbouly praised the progress of the project. He said that the museum, designed as an integrated system, reflecting the greatness and antiquity of ancient Egyptian civilization. He also underscored the need to continue improving the geographical environment of the museum to create a unique and exceptional experience for visitors and tourists.
Madbouly also visited the Khufu Ship Museum, located next to the Grand Egyptian Museum. The museum houses two solar boats that were built for King Khufu, the builder of the Great Pyramid.
The prime minister’s inspection comes as the Grand Egyptian Museum is nearing completion. The museum is expected to open in 2023 and will be one of the largest and most important museums in the world.
A detailed explanation of the completed works in the museum, including the main building, service area, entrance and ticket building, Pyramids restaurant, multi-use building, suspended obelisk square, and surrounding gardens, as well as the existing and new car parking areas was presented.
Also details on ongoing projects, including equipping the museum displays in the main exhibition halls, the Khufu Ship Museum, the front square, the new car parking areas the P8 multi-building, and the waiting area behind the Boat Museum were given.
Additionally, the efficiency of the antiquities restoration center will be enhanced, and a new administrative building will be constructed as officials emphasized that these projects are progressing at an advanced completion rate.
Regarding the executive status of the main exhibition halls, it was noted that the construction works and the preparation of the museum display have been completed by 100%.
The prime minister thanked all parties contributing to restoration work Grand Egyptian Museum, the Giza Pyramids Plateau and its surroundings.

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