National Youth Conference
The president has also highlighted certain achievements in different sectors.
The development of terrorist organizations over the past decades in terms of number, structure and capabilities have been thoroughly discussed in the opening session of the eighth edition of the National Youth Forum Saturday.
The opening session also reviewed a number of achievements by Egyptian youths in the fields of science, sports, economy, and energy among other sectors.
Sisi referred to terrorism as “cancer” and a “monster” that has gone out of control of the entities that initiated it.
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 Saturday conference is set to discuss the issue of terrorism and the fourth generation warfare against the state, local media revealed.
The presidency called the editions of the NYC a "high-level interactive platform" that enables direct communication between the state's leadership and all Egyptian people.
The NYC contributes to politically, economically and socially empower young people.
The NYC has been receiving since Tuesday registration requests from people willing to attend its 8th edition in Cairo's Fifth Settlement district.
The eighth national youth conference will be attended by 1,600 participants.
Sisi decreed the formation of working groups of the youth to continuously contact the government within the framework of the national work.
Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has launched the Ask the President session as part of the National Youth Conference held on July 30-31.
Sisi's speech came during a session on digitization on the second day of the 7th edition of the National Youth Conference, taking place at New Administrative Capital.
The young African added that the African youth received the needed support and encouragement thanks to President Sisi's efforts.
Sisi honored Wednesday a number of African young people in the second session of the seventh edition of the National Youth Conferenceز
President Abdel Fatah al Sisi on Wednesday witnessed the graduation ceremony of the first batch of African young people.
Sisi said Tuesday the Egyptian people's awareness encouraged the political leadership to take bold measures for necessary economic reforms.
The National youth forums provide an effective platform for achieving sustainable development in Egypt, presidential spokesman Bassam Rady said Tuesday.
During the first session, Sisi thanked Egyptians for all the achievements that took place in Egypt during the past five years.
ON TV channel presenter, Kordy, made her first TV appearance in 2013 on radio; she gained audience admire to her good literary Arabic, and correct pronunciation.