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Sisi witnesses graduation ceremony of cadets at Police Academy

Wednesday، 19 July 2017 - 01:13 PM

President Abdel Fattah El Sisi witnessed on Wednesday 19/7/2017 at the Police Academy in New Cairo the graduation ceremony of cadets.

Prime Minister Sherif Ismail, Interior Minister Magdy Abdel Ghaffar, Assistant Interior Minister and head of the Police Academy Ahmed el Amari, members of the Police Higher Council and the academy top officials welcomed the president upon his arrival.


Addressing the ceremony, Assistant Interior Minister and Head of the Police Academy General Ahmed el Amari asserted that the academy's achievements over the past period crowned the strenuous efforts exerted by the Interior Ministry in view of the the current rapid changes at local, regional and international levels.

He greeted President Abdel Fattah El Sisi for attending today's ceremony, noting that new cadets have all the capabilities and skills that enable them protect Egypt's homeland and its people and back their wise leadership. 

Amari expressed appreciation for the interior minister's efforts in upgrading the academy in order to stand up to current challenges that require skilled and well-trained cadets.

The ceremony included a military parade to manifest the students’ hand-to-hand combat skills and capabilities.

The graduation ceremony also included a display of the basic Karate Katas and Kung Fu techniques.

 Meanwhile The academy’s students will make a show by using light weapons in self-defense and implementation of various security missions.

Head of the Police Academy Ahmed el Amari said the academy has upgraded its training programs in order to hone the skills of its students and qualify them for their mission in protecting the country and maintaining its stability.

The academy has trained the students on the use of state-of-the-art technology in order to counter any threats against the country and undermine any attempt to launch the so-called the fourth generation war against Egypt, he noted. 

He said today's ceremony celebrates the graduation of 1,791 cadets, including 61 from Arab countries and 83 students who studied law in the English and French languages. The new batch includes 229 specialized officers who are university graduates, he added.

Amari noted that the people are the basic cornerstone of security and stability of the country in addition to a strong police institution that is ready for carrying out its duties to protect the country


 Sisi honored top students during a ceremony for graduating a new batch of Police Academy.

 Meanwhile Interior Minister Magdy Abdel Ghaffar announced that the new cadets have been awarded the bachelor's degree in Law and Policing Sciences.

Then, the fresh cadets took the oath to uphold the law and protect the homeland and its people.

Also, President Abdel Fattah El Sisi granted the police academy students the medal of excellence of the second class.



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