NVD graduates 30 young researchers in Israeli, Turkish, African and Iranian files

Reham El-Adawi , Tuesday 20 Oct 2020

The strategic analysis course has been organised with 20 training hours in Israeli, Iranian, Turkish and African studies

Mohamed Abdel-Maqsoud
One of the researchers receives his certificate in the presence of Head of the NVD Mohamed Abdel-Maqsoud (Photo courtesy of the NVD)

The Egyptian Centre for Strategic Studies and the Development of National Values (NVD) has completed the strategic analysis course, through which 30 young researchers graduated in Israeli, Turkish, African and Iranian studies, to present to Egypt new brains specialised in the analysis and research of these urgent and vital files.

The NVDs graduation came within the margin of celebrating the victory of the 6th October War.


"These activities stem from our belief in the importance of immunizing the home front against attempts to depress awareness and mislead the Egyptian youth as well as to influence their tendencies to serve plans that contradict the requirements of achieving national security goals in all its forms and dimensions," said head of the NVD Mohamed Abdel-Maqsoud.

The NVD has organised the first session of strategic analysis to qualify the emerging generations of young people specialising in Hebrew, Persian, Turkish, African studies, economics and political sciences, to be eligible for the job market, and to enhance their values of loyalty and give them a sense of belonging.

The strategic analysis course has been organised by the NVD with 20 training hours in Israeli, Iranian, Turkish and African studies.

Its aimed at solid scientific training for new generations of researchers, under the supervision and direction of professors, in a way that serves the current national mission of the state. As well as being in line with the philosophy of the Egyptian leadership by caring for Egypt's promising young people interested in the field of strategic studies.

Then arming the new generation of researchers in a manner that makes them capable and worthy of making serious contributions to the implementation of Egypt's interests and its national obligations towards the issues of the Arab nation.

While receiving their certificates for passing the course, the young researchers demanded participation in other courses too.

The centre’s leaders and trainers promised them similar and more complex courses, with an increase in the number of applicants, but without leniency in the criteria, in order to produce real researchers in urgent files on national security.

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