The Prime Minister of Egypt, Eng. Sherif Ismail, stressed his government's commitment to implementing the recommendations of the World Youth Forum according to the deadline set by President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in his speech at the end of the forum held in Sharm el-Sheikh last week.
The recommendations of the Forum included the establishment of a center for cultural communication between the youth of Egypt and the world, as well as the establishment of the African Center for Youth of the African continent.
The recommendations also included entrusting the Board of Trustees of the National Academy for the Rehabilitation of Youth to allocate seats for youth scholarships from Asia and Africa, establishing a regional center to support young people from Arab and European countries, and also entrusting the Ministries of culture, tourism, education and planning to establish a center for cultural communication.
In a Facebook post on Saturday, President el-Sisi addressed the Egyptian youth and expressed his pride in them.
“All appreciation and respect for the great youth of Egypt، who proves everyday being the treasure of the nation and its wealth... I’m becoming more proud of you day after day... You and the youth of the world painted a wonderful human painting on our dear homeland and achieved a worthy achievement for Egypt،” Sisi said.