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Monday, 11 March 2019

New transport minister and first Red Sea oil and gas exploration tender keep talking heads busy

The appointment of Gen. Kamel El Wazir as new Transport Minister led the airwaves last night (watch, runtime: 02:21), (watch, runtime: 04:33) (watch, runtime: 03:08) and (watch, runtime: 06:33). We have more in this morning’s Speed Round, below.

The launch of the first oil and gas exploration tender in the Red Sea also earned some airtime last night (watch, runtime: 04:48). We have everything you need to know about this in our Speed Round, below.

President Abdel Fattah El Sisi stressed the importance of Egypt’s economic reform program to improving public services and quality of life for all citizens in a speech marking the Armed Forces’ observance of Martyrs' Day (watch, runtime: 02:04).

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