The EFA has contracted with Hawk-Eye Innovations, provider of the VAR for Spanish La Liga in the 2019-20 season, to provide Egypt with required VAR equipment, mainly 10 headsets.
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Zamalek officials asked the players to stay safe in their residence and playground after Tunisia reported its first COVID-19 case recently.
The Egyptian Football Association’s (EFA) normalisation committee, led by Amr El-Ganaini, will hold a press conference on Thursday at the EFA headquarters to announce applying the VAR technology in Egyptian stadiums.
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The statement issued by the cabinet said the reports published on social media were false, asserting that all Egyptian schools were free of the virus, however schools will continue to take all preventive measures to confront any infection.
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The participating foreign ministers asserted the necessity of rejecting any military solutions in Syria and Libya, while the Council expressed the importance of defending Arab issues in international forums.
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Negm said in a statement on Wednesday that the total debts of these clients amount to about EGP 63.6bn, pointing out that these defaulters will be exempted from part of their original debts and interests with a value of about EGP 17.4bn.