The World Youth Forum (WYF) has praised the United Nations General Assembly’s adoption of a resolution welcoming the contributions of the forum, which is held in Sharm El-Sheikh city.
“Learn to Earn" initiative will also be launched to qualify Egyptian, Arab, African and expatriate youth for the labor market, she continued, saying that another program to meet the challenges of food security will be implemented as it aims at developing the capabilities of farmers and those in charge of food industries in Egypt and Africa.
The outcomes of this four-day forum are not only related to the social, political, and cultural aspects, but it has a direct impact on the economy as well.
The U.S. Ambassador to Cairo, Jonathan Cohen, said that the World Youth Forum, which was held in Sharm El-Sheikh, a few days ago, was an important and good opportunity to exchange visions between heads of government, politicians, ministers, business leaders, cultural and youth figures, not only in Egypt, but from all over the region and the world.
He said President Abdel Fattah El Sisi’s interest in youth started the day he took office, as he believes in the ideas of young people and their ability to think.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al Sisi said, Thursday that World Youth Forum [WYF] has become an ‘important intentional dialogue platform’ for youth from all over the world.
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.
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.
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.
That was during the session of Model United Nations Human Rights Council (MUNHRC).
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.
Thanks to the country's professional handling of the crisis, the pandemic did not affect the production process in Egypt, he noted.
“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.
A number of leaders of international organization made recorded messages on challenges facing youths and their constructive responsibility in facing them.
Lebanon’s Prime Minster Najib Mikati arrived Monday morning in in Sharm El-Sheikh city to participate in opening ceremony of Egypt’s 4th edition of the World Youth Forum [WYF].
The 4th edition of the gathering will start later in the day, with the participation of a number of world leaders and 196 youths from around the globe.
He also visited the regional ambulance center and the number of ambulances and the mechanism of response to emergency reports.
The plan consists of three axes.