Egyptian State Minister of Media and Information Osama Heikal (C) speaks during a press conference with Minister of Civil Aviation Mohamed Manar (L) and Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled al-Anani in the capital Cairo on June 14, 2020, to announce the country will resume international flights at all Egyptian airports as of 1 July. - Egypt will reopen its airports on July 1 and begin welcoming to beach resorts tourists kept away by the coronavirus pandemic, the government announced Sunday. Flights will resume "between Egypt and countries which have reopened their airspace", said Aviation Minister Mohamed Manar during a press conference in Cairo. (Photo by Khaled DESOUKI / AFP)
Osama Heikal, Egypt's Minister of State for Information, said Turkey's reigning in of Egyptian opposition TV stations was 'encouraging'. AFP

Egypt welcomes Turkey's move to curb opposition criticism

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