A member of the National Council for Human Rights: Egypt is a model for solidarity in facing crises


Dr. Salah Salam, a member of the National Council for Human Rights, said that Egypt has succeeded in dealing with the Corona pandemic since its emergence until now, pointing out that it was a model for solidarity in the face of crises.

A member of the National Council for Human Rights stated, during his speech today at the “Human Rights Conference, a post-pandemic world” organized by the Egyptian Center for Thought and Strategic Studies, that the world that respects human rights in general is a world more prepared to face crises and recover from them.

He pointed out that Egypt has taken many measures to protect the protection of the elderly, those with chronic diseases, and people with disabilities by vaccination first.

The member of the National Authority for Human Rights affirmed that solidarity and cooperation is the only way through which the world can fight the pandemic.



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