14 December 2013

Egypt: Interior Minister - Terrorist Attacks Reaction to Security Successes

Interior Minister Major General Mohamed Ibrahim inspected the scene of bombing the Central Security Sector in Ismailia. The Minister held a meeting with the officers and soldiers of the Central Security Sector in Ismailia and explained the challenges and responsibilities confronting the security bodies at the current stage.

The Minister commended national efforts and sacrifices offered by the policemen and the security successes they have managed to achieve in cooperation with the Armed Forces.

Minister Ibrahim stressed the importance of being cautious in all situations saying terrorist attacks are a reaction to the security successive blows, which have managed to apprehend a number of hard criminals.

The Minister of Interior has ordered the formation of a team led by Major General Mohamed Al Anany the Director of Ismailia security to determine the identity of the criminals. He said the criminals will not go unpunished adding they would be apprehended soon.

The Minister of Interior called on the injured at Ismailia military hospital, Ismailia civilian hospital and Maadi military hospital .He said critical cases would be carried abroad for medical treatment.

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