Minister offers support to Youth Consultative Committee

      Published on Sunday, 9 February , 2020      0 Views     
Minister offers support to Youth Consultative Committee

HE the Minister of Culture and Sports Salah bin Ghanem al-Ali met on Thursday with members of the new Youth Consultative Committee that were elected at the conclusion of third Qatar Youth Forum.

The minister welcomed the seven members of the committee, affirming the leadership’s enduring confidence in Qatari youth.

He pointed out that the elections were an important stage in the history of Qatari youth towards enabling them to participate in the progress of society.

He praised the electoral process that took place during the past two days and the remarkable participation of Qatari youth, as well as the civilised image that came out to be a role model for youth.

He said that all means and support tools will be provided to facilitate the work of the committee to achieve its goals to serve the Qatari youth and to enhance their empowerment in society.

On their part, the elected youth committee members expressed their commitment to serve the Qatari youth, stressing that they took part in the election out of their awareness of the responsibility towards the youth in building the country.

The Qatari Youth Forum witnessed the first elections for the members of the Youth Consultative Committee, which resulted in the victory of Hamad Khaled Labdeh, Muhamed Hamad al-Dahabib, Sheikha Ali al-Marri, Sharifa Youssef al-Sa’i, Fayza Sinan al-Kaabi, Ahmed Jassim al-Jasem, Khadija Abu Haleeqa, to the membership Youth Consultative Committee to the Minister of Culture and Sports.

Category Government | 2020/02/09 latest update at 3:52 PM
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