Food Security in Egypt

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The issue of food is a political pillar in the Egyptian economy because it is closely linked to the process of economic development. on the one hand, political and social stability is an issue of many aspects, directly or indirectly linked to several different sectors and institutions in the country, but it is mainly related to the agricultural sector, especially in light of the limited natural resources and the continued increase in population, and thus increased demand for food.

Food security is one of the most important national security issues, and therefore countries strive to achieve their food security as much as possible through their local production, given the risks of external sources, especially economic fluctuations. Countries usually direct their agricultural and food policies to provide strategic commodities from local sources, and the state’s presence within economic blocs at the regional level allows them to securely provide their food needs.

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