Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, said on Tuesday (April 30) that he received the most serious report from 15 Arab countries.
Mohammed bin Rashid said, according to the UAE news agency WAM and via his official Twitter account, that he received a report with an overview of Arab youth, including about 15 Arab countries, who uncovered the most serious concerns of Arab youth in those countries. .
# Mohammed_Ben_Rashd: Today I revised the Arab Youth Opinion Survey, which includes 15 Arab countries. Most of them are concerned about unemployment and the rising cost of living, about 80% of them are concerned about the quality of education, more than half of them believe that access to medicines is easier in their country and that mental health is an important issue pic.twitter.com/EKLGC9XNCh
– Emirates News Agency (@wamnews) April 30, 2019
Mohammed bin Rashid, the problems that concern the youth of the Arab countries, are the problems of unemployment and rising costs of living.
He also pointed out that 80% of young Arabs are very concerned about the quality of education in their country.
More than half of the Arab youth, says the UAE vice president, says that access to medicines in their country has become easier.
For the eighth consecutive year, the UAE was the preferred development model for Arab youth and the country of choice for employment and living in it, followed by countries such as Canada, the United States and Great Britain. I tell them that the UAE was and will remain your country. It is part of a large and beautiful Arab homeland that continues to promote the map of its youth and their big dreams.
– HH Sheikh Mohammed (@HHShkMohd) April 30, 2019
Mohammed Bin Rashid said that most of the Arab youth participating in the study believe that & # 39; mental health & # 39; has become an important and vital topic.
"For the eighth consecutive year, the UAE has been the preferred development model for Arab youth, the country of choice for work and life, followed by countries such as Canada, the United States and Great Britain," he said.
Mohammed bin Rashid sent a message to the Arab youth in which he said:
"I tell them (young people) that the UAE was and will remain your country. It is part of a large and beautiful Arab homeland that continues to promote the map of its youth and their big dreams."