Police Day is special occasion for all Egyptians - Sisi
Friday، 24 January 2020 - 10:36 AM
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi stressed on Thursday that the Police Day is not only a special occasion for policemen but also for all Egyptians.
In his speech on the occasion of the 68th anniversary of Police Day, Sisi said "it was a day of pride, dignity and patriotism as feelings of pride were mixed with the sacrifices of men who did not hesitate to offer their souls for the sake of the homeland."
"They fought and stood up, setting the most wonderful example in sacrificing their soul for their country," he added.
Today, policemen are re-writing history once again by firmly standing against the forces of evil and those supporting them to foil their heinous attempts to undermine the State, he said.
President Sisi said history will look up to the Egyptian experiment with great admiration as the Egyptians have proven that they alone could build their future.
He paid tribute to Egyptian people who endured with patience the unprecedented tough economic reforms that were carried out over the past years in light of unstable regional and local conditions.
The entire world witnessed how Egypt became in a few years a place for stability and security. They saw the major economic achievements and development boom that were realized on the ground, the President said.
Sisi saluted Egyptian women who supported their families in such conditions, Egyptian men for defying hardships and promising Egyptian youths who lead their country for a better future.
Sisi said the fierce battle policemen are fighting against black terrorism is a source of admiration by everyone, saying such tough duties and responsibilities are only endured by brave people who are very well aware of national allegiance.
He said the 68th anniversary of Police Day coincides with the anniversary of 25 January Revolution that called for a decent life to Egyptians, expressing appreciation for all Egyptian people on this occasion.
At the end, Sisi wished more prosperity, stability and welfare to beloved Egypt.