Oman participates in third edition of Arab Meeting for Young Leaders

Oman participates in 3rd edition of Arab Meeting for Young Leaders in UAE

Dubai: The Sultanate of Oman, represented by the Youth Center, participated in the third edition of the Arab Young Leaders Meeting, which was held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, coinciding with the World Government Summit held from 12-14 February 2024.

During its participation, the Youth Center presented a video clip embodying the Omani values ​​and identity and the Center’s efforts to enhance and preserve this identity through its various programs and activities.

The Center’s strategic objectives and the latest statistics on the specific programs it provided until the end of last year were also reviewed, in addition to the announcement of the Youth Camp Initiative. Al-Arabi, in cooperation with the Arab Youth Center in the United Arab Emirates.

This year, the third edition of the Arab Youth Leaders Meeting comes under the slogan “What does it mean to be Arab?” and discusses the role of values ​​in strengthening the elements of national identity.

This meeting is organized by the Arab Youth Center in cooperation with the World Government Summit, as it is considered the largest of its kind for young leaders.

Alia bint Saeed Al-Shanfariya, Director of the Support and Business Follow-up Office at the Youth Center, said: The Center’s participation this year in the Arab Meeting for Young Leaders comes as a continuation of integration with Arab efforts in the youth sector, building relationships and exchanging experiences with institutions that support youth.

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