Minister of Supply: Close any bakery that keeps citizens’ bread cards

Minister of Supply: Close any bakery that keeps citizens’ bread cards
Minister of Supply: Close any bakery that keeps citizens’ bread cards
Ali Moselhi, Minister of Supply and Internal Trade, said that President El-Sisi made a decision to digitally transform before the Corona pandemic, stressing that there is a great effort from administrative control and all parties that have information.

He continued during a press conference that there is a new system for managing cardsAfter it became linked directly to the national number, insurance and pensions, and all procedures became electronic.

He added: “Our goal is to give the citizen his right to food security, explaining that the ministry stands with the citizen until he obtains his right, and the citizen should not leave his card at the bakery.

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