Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi attended on Tuesday the graduation ceremony of a new batch of police cadets.
Upon his arrival at the Police Academy premises in New Cairo, Sisi was received by Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli, Interior Minister Mahmoud Tawfiq and Assistant Interior Minister and Head of the Police Academy Hani Abuel-Makarem, as well as members of the Supreme Police Council and the academy’s leaders.
The celebration started with playing the national anthem. It will include combat task performances by the academy’s cadets to show their remarkable combat skills.
The Police Academy was established in 1975. It contains colleges for four-year degrees for recruits, specialised training, and officer development training, and presents a police officer training institute yearly.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Assistant Interior Minister and Head of the Police Academy Hani Abuel Makarem said the graduation ceremony of a new batch of police cadets is being held amid achievements reached by the academy through a modernized security strategy outlined by the Ministry of Interior, with the aim of coping with scientific, training and technical development in the security domain.
Speaking at the ceremony, which took place at the headquarters of the Police Academy in New Cairo, Makarem welcomed President Abdel Fattah El Sisi and thanked him for attending the ceremony.
He described the academy as an iconic security facility meant to support Egypt’s security by graduating competent security cadres.