Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, arrived today at Oliver Reginald Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, to participate, on behalf of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, President of the Republic, in the fifteenth summit meetings of the “BRICS” bloc, which are held within the framework of the “BRICS” formula. BRICS Plus”, under the title “BRICS and Africa: Partnership for Accelerated Growth, Sustainable Development and Comprehensive Multilateral Action”, from August 22 to 24, in the presence of a number of heads of state and government.
It is scheduled that Dr. Mostafa Madbouly will attend this evening an official dinner and a cultural celebration hosted by Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa, for the heads of the participating delegations.
Tomorrow, the Prime Minister is scheduled to deliver Egypt’s speech in the high-level dialogue session, and he is expected to participate in interventions in some other sessions, in addition to holding meetings with a number of representatives of companies.
It is noteworthy that at the beginning of his trip to participate in the 15th summit meetings of the “BRICS” bloc, on behalf of the President of the Republic, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, Prime Minister Dr. Abbas Helmy, Minister of Civil Aviation, a number of ministry leaders and EgyptAir.
During his tour of Cairo Airport, the Prime Minister listened to an explanation from the Minister of Civil Aviation about the development projects at Cairo Airport, stressing that the airport witnessed the implementation of many development projects during the last period, within the framework of the Ministry of Civil Aviation’s strategy to provide the best quality of services to passengers and to achieve more smoothness on the Passenger traffic in Egyptian airports.
Ambassador Nader Saad, the official spokesman for the Council of Ministers, said: The prime minister’s tour began with an inspection of an extension project for Terminal 3 at Cairo International Airport, which is the building designated for the flights of the global Star Alliance companies, and the flights of the national carrier EgyptAir, with the aim of examining the expansion works of the building’s area within the plans. The development witnessed by Cairo International Airport.