Middle East, Egypt: The Minister of Environment of Egypt, Yasmin Fouad, has recently visited the building of the Ministry of Environment for a brief inspection tour as part of the logistical procedures. During the visit, the Environment Minister was also accompanied by several other government officials.
According to the shared updates, the inspection visits of Environment Minister, Yasmin Fouad, were performed in the Government District of the New Administrative Capital of Egypt.
In addition, the Minister of Environment follows up the logistical procedures to facilitate the effective movement of workers to the capital and environmental sustainability procedures of the Ministry’s building.
Furthermore, Yasmin Fouad, the Minister of Environment, inspected the building of the Ministry of Environment in the new administrative capital; to check on the preparations that have been made and to ensure the availability of all facilities to enable the workers of the Ministry to perform their duties smoothly and ease the immediate transfer to work in the capital, accompanied by Dr Ali Abu Sunna, the executive head of the Shoun Environment and Ms Yasmin Salem, Assistant Minister for Government Coordination.
Following the tour, the Minister of the Environment, Fouad, held a meeting with Ali Abu Sunnah and her advisers to research and follow up on the required logistical procedures to facilitate the actual transition to the new administrative capital, providing communication technology devices to support digital operation, and follow-up on the final position of archiving all pending files and papers within the Ministry of Environment, in the light of the state’s direction for government transformation To a competent government not report.
During the meeting, the Minister discussed what measures had been implemented to make the Ministry of Environment building a sustainable building based on the rationalization of energy, water consumption, etc., as well as following the latest waste management systems and taking care of green spaces and plantation within the Ministry and surrounding area.