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Title:Al-Sharkia begins its national day celebrations with a seminar which is entitled "Egypt is the future" at Zagazig City Culture Palace
News Date:7th of September

Dr. Mamdouh Ghorab, Governor of Al-Sharkia, emphasized that youth is an essential pillar for the progress of society, as they are an effective energy which should be used to participate in the development and construction process to raise up our new Egypt which we dream of, indicating that Al-Sharkia began its celebration by allowing an opening  discussion for youth of the governorate with a special group of thinkers and Enlightenment people to exchange ideas and suggestions and highlight the significant problems and issues in order to start towards a better and shining future for our country. This came during his participation in events of a seminar of " Egypt is The Future",  which has been organized by Al-Sharkia governorate  in the frame of  its celebrations of the National Day which correlated to 9th of September the standing anniversary of the leader Ahmed Orabi who is the son of Heria Razana's village Zagazig Center who had demanded in front of Khedive of countries freedom and self-dignity, with attendees of Dr. Mervat Askar who acting on behalf of President of Zagazig University, Gen. Hussein Al-Gendi, General Secretary of governorate, Gen.  Saeed Abdel-Moaty, National Expert for Local Development and Governor Advisor for Projects, Eng. Mohammed Al-Safi, Assistant of General Secretary, members of parliament, Colonel Reda Alhussieny Military adviser of Governorate, heads of centers and cities and number of youth at Zagazig City Culture Palace center.

Governor of Al-Sharkia emphasized that the State is on the right path towards returning the Egyptian identity, building personality and achieving many achievements in all service sectors, which its result returns directly to the citizen and improving his standard of living and taking the country towards better and bright future.

The seminar began with recitation of the Holy Quran verses followed by a presentation of strategic plan for Al-Sharkia Governorate according to Egypt Strategy 2030; which based on an main axis including  economic axis, social axis and environmental axis to achieve strategic goals in order to improve standard living of citizens through get used of available possibilities and resources of Governorate to achieve requirements of development plans to raise efficiency systems of health, education,  roads , housing, hygiene, drinking water, sanitation, investment, create real job opportunities for youth and consider human element and improving its skill.

Followed by discussing the seminar axes starting with Dr. Saad Alzont speech , director of Political and Strategic Studies center talked about important historical stations for youth, youth and facing current and future challenges and how to prepare yourself for the future and  speech of Dr. Hossam Farouk, informative and journalist who talked about image of Egypt in international and local media and facing rumors and its dangerous on public opinion both internationally and locally and a speech of DR. Nahed Abdelhamed, director of cultural and artistic activity of Ministry of Culture who talked about soft power and its effects on intellectual content of youth.

Then, a discussion circle and an open dialogue with the existed youth to receive their questions and get identify their ideas and respond to them.

The seminar has concluded with a gentle congratulation sent by Dr. Mamdouh Ghorab, Governor of Al-Sharkia to the Governorate's citizens for National Day celebration, wishing that all days of the Governorate remain always happy and God to protect Egypt and its people from every bad and harm.

On the sidelines of seminar, “Egypt is the Future", Mohamed Abdel-Wahab's band for Arab music presented an artistic show and national songs that won approval and admiration of the audience.

Source: Official Spokesman of the governorate
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