Attendees at the opening session of the 8th National Youth Conference on Saturday celebrated Egypt's African Games champions who won most medals in the tournament - Press Photo
CAIRO - 14 September 2019: Attendees at the opening session of the 8th National Youth Conference on Saturday celebrated Egypt's African Games champions who won most medals in the tournament as well as the junior handball team that won the world championship.
The opening session also reviewed a number of achievements by Egyptian youths in the fields of science, sports, economy, and energy among other sectors.
The eighth National Youth Conference kicked off Saturday, September 14 at New Cairo’s Al Manara International Conference Center.
A total of 1,600 participants are attending the conference. Those include members of the Presidential Leadership Program (PLP), university students, young politicians, young engineers working in national projects, young physicians, and young businessmen.
The one-day conference consists of three sessions. The first session evaluates counter-terrorism efforts locally and regionally, while the second session discusses the effect of spreading false information on the state as part of Fourth-generation warfare, and the third session will be dedicated to questions sent by citizens via online platforms to President Sisi who will be answering them in the session titled "Ask the President."
The seventh edition of the National Youth Conference having 1,500 participants was held in the New Administrative Capital (NAC) on July 30-31. The event hosted the commencement of the first class of the African Presidential Leadership Program (APLP).