This Week in Egypt: Week 36- 2022 ( Sept 5-11)


Top Headlines

  • Egypt’s annual inflation rate up by 16.7% in August
  • Egyptian and US navies conduct drills in the Mediterranean
  • Egypt’s FM withdrew from an Arab League session in protest against the representation of Libya at the summit
  • Four Egyptian journalists have been charged over an article about a pro-government party  
  • More hurdles could delay opening of Egypt’s new administrative capital
  • USA returns 16 priceless stolen ancient artifacts to Egypt  

Main Headlines

Monday 

  • Egypt’s Sisi congratulates Liz Truss for winning British PM’s race
  • Egypt sends 90 trucks loaded with relief supplies to  flood-hit Sudan

Tuesday

  • Egypt withdraws from 158th session of  Arab League Council
  • Eni to complete EastMed pipeline, fully replace Russian gas  by 2025

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

  • The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is supporting the green economy  in Egypt
  • Amnesty calls on Egyptian authorities to drop all charges against four Mada Masr journalists Mada Masr journalists

Saturday

  • Saudi Arabia to announce joined bid with Egypt and Greece for 2030 World Cup
  • USA returns 16 priceless stolen ancient artefacts  to Egypt 

Sunday

  • Egypt is keen to boost military cooperation with US: Defence minister  to CENTCOM commander
  • Egypt is keen to allow greatest possible number of NGOs to participate  in COP27
  • Egyptian national dialogue’s full squad  is selected
  • An Egyptian court sentenced a judge to death over murdering his news anchor wife
  • Egypt inaugurates visitor centre and restaurant on Giza plateau

Reports

  • More hurdles could delay opening of Egypt’s New Administrative Capital  Mohamed Elsayed
  • Egypt has emerged as regional energy power   in Africa.  Mohamed Sabry
  • Egypt is determined to disrupt Ethiopia’s ties  with Uganda George Mikhail

From Twitter

About nervana111

Doctor, blogger and Commentator on Middle East issues. The only practising doctor who write in Middle Eastern politics in UK.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s