Ramy Youssef, Assistant Minister of Finance for Tax Policies, affirmed that we are keen on permanent communication with all financiers and self-employed people to solve any tax problems.
The Assistant Minister of Finance for Tax Policies added in two meetings with Dr. Ashraf Zaki, head of the representative professions syndicate, and Hani Shaker, head of the musical professions, that the interest is keen to facilitate procedures for all financiers and self-employed, and to collect state dues.
It is worth mentioning that the Minister of Finance, Dr. Mohamed Maait, expressed his appreciation for the lofty message of fine art in laying the foundations of a cultural discourse that contributes to building the Egyptian person in the new republic, serves national security issues, and consolidates the values of loyalty and national belonging, dedication to work, human giving, and positive participation. And social solidarity, and citizens’ awareness is developed, in a way that reflects the unprecedented boom adopted by President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi for comprehensive and sustainable development, and embodies the solid Egyptian will to overcome difficulties and meet the aspirations of the great people for a decent life.
In two meetings with Dr. Ashraf Zaki, head of the Syndicate of Acting Professions, and Hany Shaker, head of the Syndicate of Musical Professions, the Minister said that Egypt is looking forward to the concerted efforts of all its honorable sons and loyal national forces; To complete the process of construction and development to improve people’s lives and ease the burdens on their shoulders, in light of the difficult circumstances the world is going through, explaining that we are also looking forward to a greater role for art in spreading the culture of voluntary commitment to paying state dues.
The two meetings were attended by: the artists Ashraf Abdel-Baqi, Sherif Mounir, Naglaa Badr, Bushra Ahmed, Sherry Adel, Mohamed Abu Al-Yazid, the union’s first representative, Dr. Ramadan Siddiq, advisor to the Minister of Finance for tax affairs, Mokhtar Tawfiq, deputy head of the Tax Authority, and Mamdouh Shaheen, head of the Senior Free Professions Center , and Mohamed Maher, advisor to the head of the tax authority.
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