World Youth Forum
“We were in need to a frank and direct dialogue about the future of the world after the pandemic and the dangers of climate change,” the first lady said in Facebook.
Egypt’s fourth edition of the World Youth Forum [WYF] has announced its recommendations at the end of the 3-day event that was held in Sharm al Sheikh city.
A Nubian girl, Jana, attended the World Youth Forum on Wednesday upon an invitation by President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi after she received him in Kiki Island in Nubia earlier in December.
This comes as part of activities of the fourth and last day of the forum, which kicked off on Monday, with the participation of youth from 196 countries as well as politicians, public figures, and key officials of different nationalities.
"This meeting has been documented in official minutes," he added during a meeting with Development Partners on the Sidelines of the fourth edition of the World Youth Forum (WYF) in Sharm El Sheikh city on Wednesday.
She voiced hope that COP27 would achieve its goals with regard to helping countries, especially developing countries.
President Sisi was keen to exchange dialogue with the audience, and answer all questions that touched on many vital issues and files, said Presidential Spokesperson Bassam Rady in a statement.
President Abdel Fattah al Sisi said Wednesday in the ‘Development Partners’ Session as part of the World Youth Forum that Egypt took the lead in participating and cooperating with various world organizations.
Egypt’s Prime Minster Mostafa Madbouli meet on Wednesday with Congolese Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development Eve Bazaiba Masudi on the sidelines of World Youth Forum (WYF) in Sharm al Sheikh.
The president's comments came during a panel discussion held within the World Youth Forum (WYF) in Sharm El Sheikh.
The fourth edition of the WYF started on Monday in the Red Sea resort city of Sharm El-Sheikh with the participation of a large number of youth and figures from across the world. The forum will be concluded on Thursday.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi visited on Tuesday, handicrafts fair held as part of the World Youth Forum [WYF] in Sharm El Sheikh.
That was during the session of Model United Nations Human Rights Council (MUNHRC).
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The president was commenting on the panelists' talk in the discussion held on the second day of the fourth edition of the World Youth Forum (WYF).
Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, reviewed, during his speech, the Egyptian experience in facing climate change.
“I feel a mixture of happiness and pride due to the return of the world youth to meet and exchange visions and experiences during the fourth edition of the World Youth Forum,” Amer said in a Facebook post.
In a statement by the Egyptian Presidency spokesperson Bassam Rady President El-Sisi welcomed Prime Minister Mikati in Egypt and confirmed the special bonds that Egypt and Lebanon share.
Spokesperson for the European Union for the Middle East and North Africa Luis Miguel Bueno said that the World Youth Forum in its fourth edition, is a rare opportunity to enhance the role of young people in society.
Great Physician Albert Einstein, Islamic Scholar Jalal al-Din al-Rumi and Mother Mary Teresa were brought back to life, via the hologram technology, in the opening session of the fourth edition of the World Youth Forum (WYF), teaching youths of this age lessons from history.