Dr. Mahmoud Hussein, Chairman of the Youth and Sports Committee of the House of Representatives, praised the work of Egypt’s permanent mission to the United Nations in New York, within the framework of the work of the Social Development Committee of the Economic and Social Council, to include the decision issued by the 59th session of the Support Committee for the contributions of the World Youth Forum launched by Egypt in dealing with Youth issues at the regional and international levels, and the tireless efforts of the Permanent Mission of Egypt to the United Nations.
Dr. Mahmoud Hussein thanked President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi for sponsoring the youth forums, indicating that the president transferred Egyptian youth in these forums a qualitative leap from the local level to the international level, whether in organization, discussions, creativity and new initiatives.
The committee at the United Nations offered its sincere salutations and appreciation to the political leadership for its support and sponsorship for the management of the World Youth Forum and spared no effort in organizing an event that provided youth of various orientations and nationalities with a basis for dialogue through which they can express themselves and learn about different cultures, which contributes to strengthening peace and brotherhood between Today’s youth and tomorrow’s leaders.
The Permanent Mission of Egypt to the United Nations in New York, within the framework of the work of the Committee for Social Development of the Economic and Social Council, included the resolution issued by the 59th session of the Committee to support the contributions of the World Youth Forum launched by Egypt in addressing youth issues at the regional and international levels.
On February 16, the Social Development Committee approved the decision, which was sponsored by Egypt and submitted by Senegal, Cape Verde, Portugal and Kazakhstan, including a special reference to the three editions of the World Youth Forum, which was launched in Sharm el-Sheikh in 2017 as an international platform to discuss youth issues.