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Euro-Med Youth Programme extended

By Petra - Jun 17,2014 - Last updated at Jun 17,2014

AMMAN — The Euro-Med Unit at the Ministry of Political and Parliamentary Affairs on Tuesday extended the fourth phase of the Euro-Med Youth Programme run by the ministry in cooperation with the EU.

 Political and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Khaled Kalaldeh reiterated the important role of young people, who constitute 75 per cent of the country, noting that they are the positive change makers.

EU Ambassador to Jordan Joanna Wronecka said the EU allocated 860,000 euros to help Jordan with its projects in 2014/15.

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