Information Minister and member of the Supreme Council for Youth and Sports (SCYS) Ali bin Mohammed Al Romaihi asserted Bahrain’s pride in the achievements of Bahraini youth. He stressed the Kingdom’s keenness to boost their professional and scientific capabilities, being the pillar of the comprehensive reform and development march in the prosperous era of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa.
The Information Minister was speaking during a visit to the 10th edition of “The Youth City 2030” at Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre, in the presence of Minister of youth and Sport Affairs Eyman bin Tawfiq Al Moayed. He praised the efforts and pioneering initiatives of Representative of His Majesty the King for Charity Work and Youth Affairs and SCYS Chairman His Highness Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa in patronising such quality programmes aimed at empowering the youth locally and internationally.
Al Romaihi lauded participation of the Information Ministry and Bahrain Institute for Political Development in “The Youth City 2030” which is organised by the Ministry of Youth and Sport Affairs in cooperation with Tamkeen. The event, he noted, reflects the government’s keenness to hone the skills of the youth in concordance with the Economic Vision 2030, “Estijaba” programme and the national plan to promote patriotism under the slogan “Proud to Be Bahraini”.
The Information Minister underlined keenness to highlight the talents of Bahraini youngsters in mass media and promote national partnership in empowering them and fostering tolerance, patriotism and the spirit of good citizenship. He pointed out the role of the royal reform project in motivating the youth and tapping on their creativity potentials as active partners in the comprehensive development march on the basis of sustainability, justice and competitiveness.
At the end of the visit, the Information Minister watched a play by a group of youngsters and honoured participants in “Somou” programme aimed at providing care to people with special needs who suffer from Down syndrome.