Bahrain gears up for GCC youth forum
Manama, June 11, 2011
Preparations are in full swing for the GCC Youth Conference, scheduled to open on June 15. Bahrain is hosting the three-day event under the theme "Dialogue and Understanding".
The Youth City 2030 will also start on June 18 under the patronage of Supreme Council for Youth and Sport chairman Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa.
A number of youngsters flocked to Bahrain City Centre mall to register for both events.
The General Organisation for Youth and Sports is organising the functions, as part of a drive to brush up youngsters' intellectual, cultural, scientific, artistic and technological skills.
Head of Organising Committee Eman Janahi assured that Bahrain was fully prepared to welcome GCC youth delegations.-TradeArabia News Service
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