The Arab League has expressed its desire to promote joint Arab cooperation in the field of sport, stressing the importance of empowering young people at all levels.
This was done during a speech by Assistant Secretary General of the Arab League for the Social Sector, Ambassador Haifa Abu Gazaleh during the 42nd session of the Council of Arab Ministers for Youth and Sport, which began today at the Arab League headquarters under the presidency of Morocco.
Abu Gazauleh has highlighted the importance of sport as an intervention in all sectors, calling for the need to create youth and sports activities in the Arab countries and to continue to organize them to serve the young people in the region.
She pointed out that one of the most important goals of the Sustainable Development Perspective 2030 is to focus on sport, tackle poverty and create jobs for young people to reduce unemployment.
For its part, the Kingdom of Morocco has called for strengthening joint work on capacity building for youth as the responsibility of all participants in the Arab countries to ensure a better future for future generations.
Moroccan delegate to the League of Arab States, Ambassador Ahmed El-Taci, called for the need to work to preserve the Arab identity and identity of Arab youth before the invasion of Western technology, underlining the importance of engaging volunteering in the service of our countries. Our youth.