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April 25-27, 2017

3rd National Youth Conference

Thursday، 27 April 2017 - 11:57 AM

The city of Ismailia hosts the third National Youth Conference during the period 25 - 27 April 2017 under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, the conference coincides with the celebration of the Sinai Liberation Day.


The conference is attended by 1200 young men of  various ages representing the Suez Canal region and other governorates. The conference includes participants from Suez, Port Said and Ismailia, as well as North and South Sinai governorates in addition to 100 young men representatives of Ministry of Higher Education and 100 others from Ministry of Youth and Sports as well as a number of youth from Presidential Leadership Program and a number of political parties’ youth members. Also, 60 young men and women who applied to attend the conference were selected through the official website of the conference. A number of ministers, parliamentarians, heads of parties and trade unions, and a number of public figures attended the conference.

Main discussion Topics:

A number of topics of interest to the Egyptian citizen are discussed, including; price hikes, health and social care. Also, a focus on efforts to achieve sustainable development in the petroleum and electricity sectors included.

Ask the President Initiative

The President aims to open channels of direct communication with the utmost transparency with all citizens, and to bridge the dialogue between all sectors of Egyptian society and political leadership, the official page of the conference launched the initiative "Ask the President," which enables any citizen to pose a question to the President who will answer some of these questions.

On the sidelines of the conference, the President inspects a number of sites and various institutions in Ismailia governorate.

Statement by H.E. President of the Arab Republic of Egypt Abdel Fattah El Sisi at the closing session of the third National Youth Conference

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