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Ask The President session at Egypt's Eighth National Youth Conference kicks off

Menna Alaa El-Din , Saturday 14 Sep 2019
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The "Ask The President" session at the Eighth National Youth Conference began Saturday evening, with President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi responding to a number of questions from among 435,000 questions submitted online over four days to the president.

Earlier on Saturday, President El-Sisi stressed during a session on "Effects of publishing lies against the state in light of Fourth Generation Wars" that videos which recently circulated on social media platforms making allegations against the competence of the administration of the state during his tenure as president are lies and fabrications.

During the first session of the conference titled "Evaluating the experience of combating terrorism locally and regionally”, El-Sisi said that Egyptians have only one of two options in the war against terrorism: "either to surrender to terrorism or confront and eliminate it."

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