A social media user posted a picture of Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, on her personal Facebook account, showing the prime minister in casual clothes and without guards in a mall.
Prime Minister wandering unattended in a mall
The owner of the Facebook account, who posted the photo, said: As I was drinking my coffee, I met the Prime Minister, Dr. Mustafa Madbouly, in front of me, and people were running to imagine him, and he was talking to them very normally.
Dr. Mostafa Madbouly appeared in casual clothes, which consisted of a yellow T-shirt and sports shoes, and no guards appeared to protect him, and citizens gathered around him to take pictures.
In another context, he met with Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, President Council of MinistersYesterday, Thursday, with Ahmed Issa Taha, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities; To review developments in the tourism industry and a number of the ministry’s projects, in the presence of Youmna Al-Bahar, Assistant Minister of Tourism for Technical Affairs, and Counselor Amr Abdullah, Director of the International Relations Department at the Ministry of Tourism.--
During the meeting, the Minister of Tourism reviewed a number of issues related to developments in the tourism industry in general, as well as the inbound tourism movement during the current year, in addition to the current implementation position of the national strategy for tourism, and other topics.
In this context, the minister presented the most prominent expectations of the tourist movement during the year 2023, and some tourist indicators, indicating in light of this that the incoming movement during the first three months of this year witnessed a growth of 43%, compared to the same period in 2022, and the expectations of the movement tourism during the year 2023 indicates the influx of 15 million tourists, which is an important positive indicator in the Egyptian tourism industry.
The Minister of Tourism also addressed the most prominent indicators contained in the “Tourism Barometer” report issued by the Information and Decision Support Center, which indicated the optimism of tourism establishments’ officials regarding the performance of the tourism sector, in addition to the optimism of tourism establishments’ officials about the impact of government measures taken in the tourism sector.