On Feb. 13, 2017, the Egyptian government announced that it had announced a total of 20,000 hotel rooms and rooms for people with chronic illnesses will be given to the needy, the largest reduction in hotel supply since the beginning of the crisis in 2015.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi had previously promised to make hotel rooms available to those with chronic diseases and had made other steps to help the country’s chronically ill.

However, the president’s latest announcement was more ambitious than any other government initiative since the end of 2015, and it is expected to have a significant impact on the lives of the countrys chronically ill, particularly the poor and the underprivileged.

According to an official statement issued by the Interior Ministry, the plan is to offer the hotel rooms to those who can afford them in accordance with the requirements of the health insurance plan and in line with the current law.

The government’s plan is also expected to be implemented in the cities and in the countryside as well.

One of the biggest challenges the government faces is the fact that its government has not implemented the most basic measures, such as offering free housing, food, and health care.

The plan is expected, however, to have the greatest impact on those living in the most marginalised areas of the Egyptian economy.

In 2015, more than 1.8 million people had to flee their homes due to the ongoing war in the country.

On Feb. 14, 2017 at 4:30 p.m., the Egyptian armed forces began a major military operation against armed groups in the Sinai Peninsula.

Since then, the military has conducted a series of airstrikes against armed militant groups, targeting several locations.

This military operation is intended to further weaken the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS or Daesh), which is an offshoot of al-Qaeda.

The military operation will also target the military wing of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, which has been the most effective military force in Egypt’s armed conflict.

While the military operations will undoubtedly impact the number of hotel rooms in the public sector, the government is also looking to reduce the amount of room for sale in the hotel industry.

According to the government, the number one reason why hotels in Egypt are unable to make money is the high cost of accommodation.

To address this, the Interior Minister said that the government would make hotel supply free, and the government intends to increase the price of hotel supply by 20 percent.

Moreover, the increase in the supply of hotel room will be paid for with the increased taxes that are currently levied by the government on hotel guests, according to the Interior ministry.

With the new hotel plan, the economy will see an increase in hotel guests.

The number of guests who would be able to purchase a hotel room in the city of Alexandria will be increased from approximately 400,000 to more than 600,000.

The increase in price for a hotel bed will also be raised by 15 percent, which means that the price for hotel rooms will be more than double that of a hotel that would normally cost around 50,000 Egyptian pounds ($7,600).

The hotel room supply plan will also result in a decrease in the number that the Interior minister said he expected to visit the hotel.

He said that hotel guests will have more choice in the hotels that they stay in.

“In the hotel, we have more options.

We have more rooms available and we have better facilities for our guests,” said Interior Minister Abdulsalam Siyad.

“We will make sure that our guests get as many rooms as they can afford.”