Hardworking youth can motivate Afghan society, Dr. Sadat

KABUL: Deputy minister of youth affairs for information and culture Dr. Kamal Sadat in a meeting with a number of youth of civil society organizations said hardworking youth of the country could motivate the Afghan society.
In the meeting held yesterday for reviewing employment opportunities, deputy minister of youth affairs considered youth as motivating forces of the society, saying Afghan youth could further think to sectors that could result in economic development of the country.
He believed that creating small manufacturing factories, work in mines and agriculture sectors could pave the way for economic development of a society.
Pointing to work in non-government organizations, deputy minister of youth affairs said youth could also join non-government organizations.
Afterwards, Fazluddin, representing others in the meeting, spoke and said Afghan youth should have act upon plan and program in current circumstances.

The Kabul Times

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