Egypt plans to green its desert Feb 28, 2022 13:48:16 GMT -5
Post by Emperor AAdmin on Feb 28, 2022 13:48:16 GMT -5
Egypt plans to green its desert
65K views / Feb 28, 2022
Egypt is growing at two million people a year. Urban infrastructures can't cope.
Now, lawmakers are opting to create arable lands and new cities.
8 hours ago
I'm from Egypt, and may I say u got the situation here so right. The army
has put itself as the only organization that can move things in this country,
I got friends who work on big reclamation projects in the desert and the
corruption is so big, but the big shot trademarks projects are done right
for PR. Sadly though, this gov. unlike Hosni's is at least doing something,
so it's better than nothing :') my expectations got so low that I see this
gov. in this way.
2 hours ago
I live in Egypt since 2008. The economic and social advancements of the past two
years are beyond expectations. Before corruption was rampant and without any
control. Now it has been but on precise rails and rules. Yes, the military as an
institution is running the country but in a responsible and sensible way. Mistakes
are made, but this is normal in any society. The Egyptian people praise their
military and El Sisi is tremendously popular with his humble ways, quiet voice
and respectful determination.
I lived in Switzerland before and I can compare. Egypt is really catching up with
the world and it is doing it in as responsible and efficient way possible,
considering the given situation.
Keep doing great videos.
5 hours ago
I’m Egyptian and I want to point out that Egypt has one of the highest investment
rates in Africa, plus the army seems promising. Over 7.5k km of roads have been
built since 2014, more than all of Jordan, plus the new capital which is
supposedly 50 precent military, 50 precent private is coming along very nicely.
The water problem is inarguably the biggest threat we’ve had since 1973, and is no
easy task to deal with. In reality, Sisi is doing projects, while Mubarak did a
whole lot of nothing, and the army already has very high spending, and is very
well equipped, so why not use it? Anyways great video as usual Shirvan