Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi announced on Tuesday evening 10 decisions at the end of the World Youth Forum that was held in the Red Sea resort city of Sharm el-Sheikh from November 3-6. The decisions are:1) The Egyptian city of Aswan was declared as the Capital of African Youth for 2019, during which the Arab and African Youth Forum will be launched to discuss the most important issues and challenges facing youth in the African continent and the Arab region. 2) Egypt endorsed the Sharm el-Sheikh Declaration for Arab-African Integration, which is the result of the simulation model of the Arab-African Summit. 3) The National Training Academy will be entrusted to develop operational mechanisms for training Arab and African youth in all political, economic and social fields by launching the Presidential Program for African Youth Leadership Training. Also, a joint working group of Egyptian state institutions and world youth who participated in the World Youth Forum will be established to provide material and moral support to victims of terrorism all over the world.
Source: Egypt Independent November 07, 2018 14:26 UTC