Industrialist Mohamed Abou El-Enein wins the Mediterranean Nobel Award
Prominent businessman Mohamed Abou El-Enein, the Honorary President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean and President of the Egyptian-European Business Council، won the Mediterranean Award for Economy and International Diplomacy 2018 From the World Mediterranean Organization.
A number of Presidents and Kings won this award such as Former US President Barack Obama، Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber of Kuwait, former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen, late King Hussein of Jordan and former Spanish King Juan Carlos.
President of the Mediterranean International Organization, Michele Capasso, confirmed that Egypt won this award for the second time in its history. The first time was in 2003 when it was won by the international novelist Naguib Mahfouz, while this year it was awarded to Abou El-Enein.
Capasso said that Abou El-Enein won this award as he considered one of the world’s leading economic, political and social figures for his long history of giving and his ability over the years to bring the peoples of the Mediterranean closer together through his great efforts in diplomacy.
Abou El-Enein praised the Egyptian workers as the strongest factor in industry and production. He added that the legislations enacted in Egypt and the current developments are an original approach to upgrade business atmosphere and grow volume of industries. He assured that the private sector is a leading factor in progress, increasing production and employing the great part of graduates in Egypt nowadays.
He assured that caring of the workforce of his business group is the beginning point to win that award and get that honouring, adding that the secure environment in Egypt is more suitable to gravitate more investment and grow business.
He said that this leads to increase percentages of operating to get rid of unemployment among young people and multiplication of domestic production, and indicators of business positively reflect the national economy in a whole.