Supply in Egypt: The price of rice or any other commodity does not rise, no matter how high the dollar is.

Engineer Abdel Moneim Khalil, head of domestic trade at the Egyptian Ministry of Supply, confirmed that there will be no increase in the price of rice or any other commodity for the next two months, no matter how high the price in dollars.

In a telephone interview with Liberation Hall, Abdel Moneim Khalil indicated that “the feed from the ports has been released, enough for a month, and the citizen will feel its impact on the fall in poultry prices within a few days.”

He added that the Minister of Supply promised during a meeting with the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and companies supplying goods to solve all the problems of goods stuck in ports.

He stated that the rice mills had been stopped and the minister met with the mill leaders and promised to solve their problems and provide them with rice and barley.

Abdel Moneim Khalil stressed that over the next two months there will be no increase in the price of rice or any commodity, no matter how high the price in dollars, and a return to prices that existed before the placement, and that this is what the Minister supply agreed with the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and supplier companies.

He noted that the minister of supply had agreed with dairy producers that they would start publishing production requirements from tomorrow, explaining that there was a strategic supply of tea for 13 months, adding that a kilogram of lentils on the market ranged from 30 to 32 pounds. while there are those who say the prices are up to 65 pounds.

He stressed that there is no increase in oil prices after the decision of the Central Bank, and the reserves will last for 6 months, noting that there is self-sufficiency in eggs and poultry.

Source: Echo of the Country