Youth minister, Iraqi counterpart talk enhancing joint cooperation

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AMMAN— Minister of Youth, Mohammad Nabulsi, on Thursday discussed with his Iraqi counterpart, Adnan Dirjal, ways to enhance joint youth cooperation between the two countries, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra. اضافة اعلان

Speaking at talks held in Ministry of Youth headquarters, Nabulsi reviewed a slew of the ministry's current programs and its plans to activate and develop youth centers and launch activities, which would enhance Jordanian youth participation in public life and promote economic empowerment, entrepreneurial and volunteer initiatives.

For his part, Dirjal stressed the "solid" Jordanian-Iraqi relations, noting the need to integrate young people into joint activities launched by the two countries.

The two sides also stressed the need to develop an executive program to activate the joint cooperation agreement, which aims to launch youth programs and promote youth-based exchange, according to a ministry statement.

Touring Al-Hussein Youth City, the two ministers visited its various facilities and were briefed on its role in serving sports and youth movement and the local community.

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