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El-Sisi: Egypt has armed forces that are among the most powerful armies in the region

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No one's interested in your Feto story, the old friend of erdogan.
Sisi should stop being a dayyooth, invade Libya and enforce the re-Arabization of the western front.
You probably your government can send Iraqi forces to give him a hand...If Egypt could, it will have done exactly that and annex eastern Lybia, as it has always claimed it...
 

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President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said that Egypt has armed forces that are among the most powerful armies in the whole region, but our use of force is always balanced and rational and aims to protect our national security, our borders, and the stability of the Egyptian state.

During the meeting with leaders, officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the armed forces, President El-Sisi added that drawing the red line in Libya aims to put an end to the conflict between the brothers in Libya, and we hope that there will be an end to all conflicts in the whole region

President El-Sisi indicated that the results achieved in this are good, and this is what we see now from the Libyan House of Representatives discussing the regulations and names of the new Libyan government, which will, during its period of work, reset the political, security and economic situation in Libya and prepare for the stage of elections in which power is handed over to an elected president by will The Libyan people mark the end of a chapter of conflicts that lasted more than 10 years.

President El-Sisi stressed that Egypt supports the Libyan reforms, stressing that the Libyan national security is the security of Egypt and the stability of Libya means the stability of Egypt.

President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said that 500 to 600 billion pounds had been allocated within 3 years, to redevelop the Egyptian countryside, change and improve the lives of citizens. The President added that this project was planned to be implemented in 10 to 15 years/.

President El-Sisi sent a message to the Egyptians, saying: “With the current population growth rates, we will not be able to talk about a million people who want job opportunities every year. How do we work a million every year? There is no solution other than birth control in Egypt, wanting to achieve a future that remains in need. At 400 thousand annually for at least 10 years.


https://www.almasryalyoum.com/news/details/2278917
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What kind of nonsense is this reasoning. Egypt is one of the oldest civlizations. It has thrived multiple times and it is still thriving. The world is not only Today but Tomorrow and Egypt has a promising future
Promises, promises, but always nothing in the horizon for Egypt's future.
 

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Have you seen Egypt lately before you start talking.. His the best thing to happen to Egypt since the last 70 years. Egypt has made 30 years worth of advancement in just 7 years under Sisi
Sisi is a military dictator who mounted a Coup d'Etat against President Morsi, a rightfully elected president.
 

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So what? time moves on and plus Sisi did great he was not just some irrelevant incompetent
There is a trend. You support and protect dictatorships in the Arab world such as Egypt, UAE, KSA, Bahrein, Jordan and Morocco, and you stand against Democratic countries. I wonder why. What do you have against Liberty and Freedom ?
 

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Look I don't believe in Democracy, Communism, Monarchy, all sorts of systems I just appreciate good governing it doesn't matter whether it comes from a King, Monarch, someone democratically elected or communist etc etc.. It comes down to Good governing.. I look at individual quality and systems are superfacial and overrated
You've said it all. Thank you for defending the indefensible. I rest my case.
 

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Have you seen Egypt lately before you start talking.. His the best thing to happen to Egypt since the last 70 years. Egypt has made 30 years worth of advancement in just 7 years under Sisi
Advancement in what? All he’s done is bow out to world powers and gotten rewarded in military gear and even that hasn’t helped much in maintaining Egypt’s interests in the flow of water in the Nile.

He’s destroyed Egypt’s democracy at its inceptions and he’s had so long to rule but he’s made the government’s stability linked to his own survival and Egypt’s stability linked to foreign approval. That’s the recipe for long term disaster for any Middle Eastern nation
 

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