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Riyadh Governor: Youth is platform of development and our country targets their potentials

HRH Prince Faisal bin Bandar bin Abdulaziz, Governor of Riyadh Region, patronized yesterday the 5th Al Ghad Forum ceremony under the title of “Together ... We Build Tomorrow" in the presence of their highnesses and Excellences princes and senior officials.

Prince Faisal bin Bandar said in a speech during the ceremony: "The young men and women in Riyadh Principality have a great role, represented in their committee in the region’s council, and we worked with them in the council, while their thoughts and interests were shared by Eng. Khalid bin Abdullah Al-Rabiah, Secretary General of the Region Council, who were important representative of this committee to be at highest level , pointing out that committee started its work with the generous and blessing of His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior.

HRH added that committee's tasks are to be a link between the youth and Riyadh Principality and to enable them to play an active role in society. The committee also has adopted a lot of topics, and number of its members participated in the governorate visits, while their opinions were presented at meetings of municipal and local councils in governorates., appreciating their participation, which gave the Committee a new concept and full meaning for the young and their efforts.

His Highness pointed to the interaction of young people with the roles of Committee and sharing its ideas to provinces of Riyadh, and linking the provincial committees with the committees of the region’s council, noting to the held workshops and meetings which have been enriched with thanks to Allah.

HRH stressed that youth is the platform of every development, and our country targets the youth potentials and capabilities, to be at the level of responsibility, indicating that young people form 65% of the population of the Kingdom.
4/25/2017 Riyadh Newspaper
Last Modified Date: 4/25/2017 1:22 PM