Prominent Businessman، Mohammed Abul Enein، The honorary speaker of the Euro-Mediterranean Parliament، and Head of the Arab Economic Council's Supreme Advisory Body، said that building The New Administrative Capital (NAC) in such a record time was due to the presence of a leader who drew up a vision for Egypt’s future، and started to implement it by himself.
Addressing the closed session on the sidelines of The 29th International Conference of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs، Abul Enein added that the industrial revolution has begun in Egypt، when the investors become interested in educating youth، and financing projects، especially the small ones.
Educating Young people the arts of industry will create a professional generation، in more than one field، Abul Enein stressed.
The Communications and technology revolution is the actual ruler of the whole world nowadays، the businessman confirmed.
Additionally، Abul Enein pointed out that that the new generation needs to cope with the 4th revolution، and to know more about the Technological improvement and modern industries in order to be an integral part of their manufacture and not just their use.
For his part، Abul Enein has accused the ‘evil people’ of being the cause of the distinction between Arab peoples throughout history، noting that the Egyptian people have long been united.
He also praised the Egyptians’ role in the revolutions and wars to defend their country، noting “This heroic character is what we are trying to present to the whole world”.
Noteworthy، Prominent businessman، Mohamed Abul Enein، the Honorary Speaker of the Euro-Mediterranean Parliament، and Chairman of the Egyptian-European Business Council took part earlier today Saturday in The 29th international Conference of Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs.
Endowments Minister Dr. Mohamed Mokhtar Gomaa inaugurated on Saturday the 29th international conference of Supreme Council for Islamic affairs under the auspices of Egypt’s president Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
The conference themed “The building of the national character and its impact on the countries’ progress “is held at one of Cairo’s hotels from January 19-20.
About 40 countries، in addition to 120 ministers and Muftis participate in the conference.
The two-day conference includes seven debate sessions to discuss the role of Religious institutions، media and family in the building of the national character.