Lieutenant-General Mohab Mamish During a Seminar at the Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology

The Egyptian experience in the new Suez Canal project… the vision of a leader and the will of the people.

Lieutenant-General Mamish praises the historical cooperation with the Japanese side in clearing the canal and training cadres, “a long history and continuous partnership”.

He addresses his speech to the university youth … you are the hope of Egypt … and the national projects are to secure your future.

The Egypt-Japan University is a beacon of science, knowledge and scientific research, and a platform for globalization.

Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary: The visit of His Excellency President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to the Egypt-Japan University last year was a distinct historic visit, awarding a medal of honor on its chest.

The Egypt-Japan University offers the latest scientific and educational programs to build people and prepare specialized cadres to participate in the construction process, within the framework of the new republic.

We prepare our students to graduate as entrepreneurs and support university scientists to establish start-ups in application of their scientific innovations.

 

The Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology held a seminar in which Lieutenant-General Mohab Mamish, advisor to the Egyptian President on projects of the Suez Canal zone and seaports, attended in the presence of Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary, President of the University, and Prof. Masaaki Suzuki, the university’s First Vice President for International Relations, deans of faculties, faculty members and a large number of university students and researchers. The seminar was moderated by Mostafa El-Menshawy.

At the beginning of the seminar, Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary welcomed Lieutenant-General Mohab Mamish, stressing his pride in having him visit the Egypt-Japan University. He explained that the seminar comes within the framework of introducing students to the Egyptian experience in the construction of the new Suez Canal and the giant national and development projects that are being implemented in Egypt with the aim of raising their awareness and enhancing the values ​​of belonging and loyalty for the homeland.

For his part, Mohab Mamish, in his speech during the seminar, reviewed the major achievements and the giant national projects that Egypt is witnessing during the era of President El-Sisi in the zone of the Suez Canal and the seaports.

He also stressed that the secret of the success of the Egyptian experience in the new Suez Canal project is the vision of the leader and the will of the people, explaining that the main heroes are President El-Sisi and the people, noting that the new Suez Canal dazzled the world.

Lieutenant-General Mohab praised the historical cooperation with the Japanese side in clearing the canal and training cadres, noting that the Egypt-Japan University is a beacon of science, knowledge and scientific research, and a platform for launching towards ranked international universities.

He addressed his speech to the university’s youth, saying, “You are the hope of Egypt, and the national projects are to secure your future.” He appealed to them to have will and hope.

Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary stressed that the university seeks to keep pace with the major achievements during the era of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi by achieving scientific and research achievements that contribute to serving national goals and supporting the sustainable development strategy in Egypt Vision 2030. He explained that the development of the scientific research system and the quality of scientific production for university scholars and the publication of their research in major international journals was key to having the university being ranked second locally at the level of Egyptian universities and ranked 11th in the Arab world in the British Times classification of universities in the Arab world.

The university president added that the university’s laboratories include the latest technological equipment in the world provided by the Japanese side and JICA. He also stated that the university offers the latest scientific and educational programs to build people and prepare specialized cadres to participate in the construction process.

He added that the university prepares its students to graduate as entrepreneurs and supports university scholars to establish start-ups in application of their scientific innovations.

The university attaches great importance to linking scientific research with the industry and transferring Japanese technology to the Egyptian market. He explained that the Center of Innovative Technology was established to serve as a link between the university and industry through the transfer of advanced technology to support the national industry, the sustainable development plan, and the national goals.