By Sameh Selim: Egypt's industrial revolution

Mr. Sameh Selim

Egypt's Industrial Revolution

Written by Sameh Selim - a member of the American Press Agency

Wars are always followed by peace, boycotts by political contact, defeat by victory and instability, and revolutions and protests by stability and prosperity.

The Egyptian Renaissance era has already appeared, as it happened in Italy in the past because it is the political will and the strength of the people's steadfastness that achieve success, prosperity, and stability. It can be phased out.

The beginning of the Renaissance in Italy was suggestive of instability, but soon miracles were achieved by the distinguished leaders of Italy, followed by an industrial revolution that spread throughout the European continent, as the Renaissance began in Italy from Florence in science, arts, literature, and inventions, so it was an incentive for neighboring European countries and the entire European continent.

Thus, the same picture of the past is repeated in Egypt, with a major industrial revolution led by President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and Prime Minister Dr. Mustafa Madbouly, who have a broad horizon and a constructive vision for the modern state. From outside the Egyptian state to within it, it looks at the people's resilience and their tolerance for these external crises, which are reflected on the inside, to be the main address of economic development and to be a beacon on which the developing and poor African countries rely on to build the African Renaissance from Cairo.

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