The Prime Minister of Iraq, Mohammad Shia al-Sudani, has instructed the cabinet to convene an exceptional session to commemorate International Youth Day on August 12th.
During this session, al-Sudani has designated a comprehensive review of the innovative proposals presented by the younger generation of the country.
During the final session of the National Youth Dialogue Conference in Baghdad, Al-Sudani made the remarks earlier today.
According to a press release from al-Sudani’s Media Office, the recommendations of the conference were the result of a two-month effort by young citizens from all of Iraq’s governorates.
According to the press release, the conference presented proposals to enhance the position of the youth in the country and utilize their creativity to advance the nation’s objectives.
During the concluding statements of the conference, the prime minister reiterated his government’s steadfast commitment to the well-being of young people. He emphasized the vital role they play in driving progress, surmounting economic obstacles, and catalyzing change in crucial industries.
Al-Sudani recognized the importance of prioritizing this crucial demographic in his government’s program, establishing a distinct mandate for the future.