BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:30 P.M.) – On Sunday, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi was informed of the Egyptian Army’s plans to secure the western axis of Egypt’s border with Libya.

This information was made available during a meeting between President Sisi, Major General Tarek Al-Zahir, Director of the Signal Weapon in the Armed Forces, Major General Mohammed Al-Bashari, Chairman of the Satellite Committee, Major General Amr Farouk, Chairman of the Military Mobile Committee, and Brigadier General Mohamed Sa’id Musaed, Chief of Staff of Signal Weapon for Systems, Networks, and Senior State Officials.

According to the statement of the Egyptian Presidency, “Sisi was briefed on the plans and efforts of the signaling weapon in the armed forces to secure the western depth of Egypt, the common borders with Libya, the northeastern and southern directions and all strategic directions along the international borders of Egypt.”

As well as see the conditions of the border ports and fully secure them, in cooperation and coordination with the relevant government agencies using the technology of modern mobile and visual communication systems and the Egyptian satellite Tiba 1.

The Egyptian President also followed up the executive position of the project to establish the unified national government network for emergency and public safety services, which supports the state’s efforts in various insurance fields throughout the republic, with the aim of harnessing the latest modern technological means for the benefit of security and services at the state level.

 

Source: Egyptian Presidency statement

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