I made sure Ministryof Supply And internal trade, led by Dr. Ali Al-Moselhy, Minister of Supply, to provide goods at the outlets of consumer complexes, and at “Welcome Ramadan” exhibitions at reduced prices to reduce the burden on citizens, in implementation of the directives of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, President of the Republic, to provide all food products at all times and secure a strategic stock of all basic commodities.
Dr. Ali Al-Moselhi, Minister of Supply, during the opening of the Welcome Ramadan exhibition
And received Dr. Ali El-Moselhy, Minister of Supply and Internal Trade A report from the directors of the directorates, about the prices of some commodities in the exhibitions that were opened, where rice is offered. White rice is offered in the exhibitions of Welcome Ramadan, at a fraction of 5% at a price of 15 pounds per kilo, and rice at a fraction of 3% at a price of 18 pounds per kilo, and loose rice at 12 pounds per kilo, flour 15 pounds, tuna 15 pounds, oil 750 ml at 35 pounds, local meat 130 pounds, and the price of a kilo of sugar from 14.5 to 16 pounds. It is planned to establish a large number of these exhibitions in each governorate, with a minimum of 5 exhibitions, according to Dr. Al-Moselhy, Minister of Supply and Internal Trade, and in cooperation with the governors and chambers of commerce in each governorate, “Welcome Ramadan” exhibitions will also operate in conjunction with consumer complexes, mobile cars, and my association’s outlets for those who wish to subscribe to them, in addition to preparing a corner for each commercial series under the name “Welcome Ramadan.” .
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Citizens flocked to the sales outlets
Dr. Ali Al-Moselhy, Minister of Supply and Internal Trade, directed the supply directorates to publish “Welcome Ramadan” exhibitions in centers, villages and hamlets with mobile outlets and my association’s outlets in places that are far from consumer complexes and commercial chains that will enter the “Welcome Ramadan” exhibitions, and that the discounts in these exhibitions range from 25%. To 30%, and the ministry continues to disburse subsidized goods to ration card holders within the current January supply decisions, with the continuation of the fifth batch of exceptional support for the most vulnerable families.
Some of the products on display