Markaz United Youth Summit discuess topical issues of international concern

Markaz United Youth Summit discuess topical issues of international concern

The UN associated Markaz United Youth Summit, started on yesterday here at Markaz Knowledge City, is intensively discussing issues related to human rights violation, freedom of speech, freedom of press, global mass migration, sustainable development, international peace and defence of terrorism, on seven various committees organized different campuses of Markaz Knowledge City. Over thirty sessions were held pertaining to these issues in which highly talented youth from the different parts of the world engaged in debates and formed new ideas and plans for the safest future of the international community and to tackle the political and diplomatic issues.

Deepak Vohra, the special adviser to the prime minister and former ambassador, was the chief guest of the second day, who interacted with delegates over an hour on how leaders are being created who relentlessly work for the promotion of political stability and international peace. He said that nobody becomes a better diplomat until he obtains intensive training and a strong desire for it, explaining his own life experience. No matter about the age, the diplomat should be energetic in his area of engagement and should have a policy of peaceful negotiations rather than unthinkable sudden solutions. Dr.Abdul Hakim Azhari, the Director of Markaz Knowledge City presided over the interaction session.

The summit leaders including Mr.Rehahnn Tudaball, a native of Malaysia, who is an active worker at the general assembly, chaired United Nations Human Rights Council session. He addressed the summit explaining Malaysia’s declines and empowerments in the past twenty years and on how United Nations diplomatically intervened in his country. Several luminaries including Dominique Virgil, Mistika Idris, Ashuthosh Patnaik Dubai, Sayed Nashid Malaysia, Ameer Hassan Australia Aboobacker Sidheeq spearheaded the different session.

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