"Egyptian Foreign Affairs" is hosting youth leaders participating in the third edition of the Nasser Scholarship for International Leadership
On Thursday, the Ministry of Youth and Sports organized a visit to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as part of the ninth day of the Nasser Fellowship for International Leadership with its third edition, entitled "South-South Cooperation and Youth of the Non-Aligned Movement", under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi with the participation of 150 youth leaders from Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America.
The third edition of the Nasser International Leadership Fellowship was held at the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the presence of Ambassador Suha Gendi, Assistant Minister for Foreign Affairs and Director of the Department of African Organisations and Communities, Ambassador Hazem Fahmy, Assistant Minister for Foreign Affairs for International Cooperation, Ambassador Mohamed Najm, Deputy Assistant Minister for Foreign Affairs for Specialized International Agencies, Minister Delegate Hassan Al-Nashar, Official of the International Agency for Partnership for Development in the presence of Hassan Ghazali, Coordinator General of the Nasser Fellowship.
Assistant Foreign Minister Ambassador Suha Gendi and Ambassador Hazem Fahmy stressed Speaking to the youth leaders participating in the Nasser International Leadership Fellowship at the interactive session held at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, they expressed the Egyptian State's position in support of all African, Arab and international issues and its desire to strengthen South-South cooperation with the countries of the world, stressing that Egypt is one of the most important founding countries of the Non-Aligned Movement and has a pivotal role to play in establishing, building and developing the Non-Aligned Movement and in supporting its sustainability and survival in view of its great regional and international weight, which has helped it to play that important role.
During the interactive session held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nasser International Leadership Fellowship participants asked a number of questions about their States' relations with Egypt and their aspirations to develop these relations in the coming period to cover various social, economic, cultural, and political fields. They commended Egypt's continued support for the issues of their States and expressed the hope that these relations would be diversified and many grants awarded.
Hassan Razali, General Coordinator, Nasser International Leadership Grant Thanked the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for organizing such a visit and the important dialogue session within the ninth day of the Nasser Fellowship for the International Leadership in its third edition and commending the important role played by the Egyptian political leadership under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in the framework of its foreign relations and the empowerment and support of young people from various countries around the world.
It should be noted that the Nasser International Leadership Fellowship in its third edition aims to convey Egypt's long-standing experience in building national institutions in addition to working to create a generation of young leaders from Non-Aligned Countries with a vision aligned with the South-South partnership and raise awareness of the role of the Non-Aligned Movement