Sisi saved Egypt from terrorism, extremism: Pakistani min.

Mon, Nov. 5, 2018
CAIRO – 5 November 2018: In an interview with MENA new agency on the sidelines of the second edition of the World Youth Forum, Pakistani Minister of State for Climate Change Zartaj Gul attested that Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi saved Egypt from terrorism and extremism.   Sisi, like Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, enjoys the love of his people and works towards developing his country, said Gul. She also commanded the wise leadership of President Sisi.   On behalf of the Pakistani Prime Minister, Gul has invited Sisi to visit Pakistan.   Gul also urged the strengthening of cooperation between Egypt and Pakistan in various domains, expressing her desire for this to happen.   In similar vein, the minister praised the organization and the message of the event, expressing her view that empowering youth is vital for the future.   For the second year, under the auspices of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, the tourist attraction city of Sharm el-Sheikh is bringing together youth of all nations at the second annual World Youth Forum (WYF) from November 3-6 to deliver a message of peace and prosperity from Egypt to the entire world. According to the official WYF website, the registration process for the forum has been closed after receiving applications from more than 122,000 youth of both sexes across the world.

World Youth Forum

The Seven Pillars of the Egyptian Identity

This year, the Forum events will revolve around a vision inspired by “The Seven Pillars of the Egyptian Identity”, a book by one of the most political intellectuals in Egypt Author Milad Hanna; who received several international awards including three “Egyptian Pride” awards from the assembly of foreign journalists and correspondents in Egypt in 1998, the “Order of the Polar Star” award from the king of Sweden, UNESCO’s “Simon Bolivar” award and the state appreciation prize in social sciences in 1999. In his book; Hanna emphasizes the unity and harmony of the Egyptian society despite differences. In keeping with this approach, all the forum events will be held in the light of those pillars that envision the communicative nature of the Egyptian society that has managed throughout the ages to be a linking point between different societies. These pillars include; the Pharaonic pillar, the Greco-Roman pillar, the Coptic pillar, the Islamic pillar, the Arabic pillar, the Mediterranean pillar and the African pillar.

WYF’s themes and topics:

Building on the success of Egypt’s first international youth event in 2017, held under the theme “We Need to Talk”, this year the WYF is expected to witness the participation of approximately 5,000 young people from all over the world including international youth leadership figures, influential youth models in various fields, prominent international figures, youth groups from around the world and young Egyptian expats. During the international forum, these young people will explore and exchange views on key issues facing their generation and determine their role in shaping their future.