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wish to boost bilateral cooperation
Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Abdullah al-Dardari and the French State Minister for Urban Affairs Fadela Amara on Wednesday discussed boosting Syrian-French cooperation.
Al-Dardari stressed the strength of developing Syrian-French relations to include cooperation in economy, trade and development process.
He added that the agreements signed between the two countries open new prospects for cooperation and boost bilateral relations serving Syrian and French people.
Syrian-French Cooperation will cover training, improving laws regulating work and the role of civil society in sustainable development process, he said.
Touring parts of SHABAB (Youth) Project in Syria, Amara said "Shabab Project" is one of the pioneering projects due to its services and the modern technology used to meet the Syrian youth' needs.
She stressed the need to sign twining agreements which enhance the Syrian-French partnership, indicating the importance of such partnership to develop Shabab Project through providing expertise and technical support.
Amara expressed her admiration for this project as it aims at developing the youth and integrating them into labor market, particularly women due to their effective role in the economic development process.
Director of "SHABAB Project" Yamama al-Oraibi said the project provides the youth with training courses to enhance the culture of entrepreneurship and provide consultation and skills required to enter labor market.
SHABAB Project is one of the Syrian Trust for Development projects to train young people aged 15-24 and develop their skills to enter business world. 450,000 youth have benefit from this program over the past three years.
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