Int'l Conference For Supporting Egypt's Economy Is Necessary: Amr Moussa
Published Tuesday, 12 February 2013 13:50 |
There are more than an interior and exterior regional player in the Arab region, said Amr Moussa, Former Secretary General of the Arab League; referring that the Arab world and Middle East is facing a critical period.
Moussan has referred to the significance of holding an international conference to bolster the Egyptian economy with the upcoming years; clarifying that Egypt needs a financial push to revive the economy. This matter requires well management and taking rapid necessary decisions at the suitable time.
In statements on the sidelines of International Conference of Council for Arab and International Relations, kicked off yesterday, Moussa described the changes occur in the Arab world as radical so we can't back to square one; elucidating that the Arab people are witnessing a radical change, which is a development in itself. Therefore, this development should be accompanied by improvements in how to manage the concerns of the Middle East.
The initiative launched by Al Nour Party is convenient to the initiative of the National Salvation Front (NSF) over a national salvation cabinet and changing a number of current policies, Moussa said. Despite that, the Egyptian president hasn't approved forming new government so far, although the new government is a key matter in improving the level of the political and economic policies.
On the other hand, Amr Moussa has negated any defections in the National Salvation Front (NSF), pointing out that the front voices the spirit of the Egyptian people.
"We in the National Salvation Front work on saving the national conscience", said Moussa.
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