Welcome to everybody, At the beginning, I would like to express my happiness to be here with you, and the talk about the youth is another reason to feel happy. I believe in the youth and their ability to work miracles. They are both wealth and revolution, as described by the Arab poet Michael Naima.
First of all, I would like to say how happy I am to be here at UNESCO; to be in a place that cares about culture, education and science all over the world, this will surely give both a sense of pride and safety, as education and science provide the world with peace and development as well as with the ability to coexist, tolerate and believe in diversity.
this as well. In addition, this must be the logic that can't be ignored. Building a real peace process in Yemen requires to agree on a clear roadmap that should take into account what has been previously mentioned, agreements reached during the transition period and UNSC resolutions including the resolution 2216.
The world highly praises the Nobel Prize, and people are well aware of its importance, so whoever receives this reward might think they have achieved everything. For me, the prize has provided me with an incentive to more work and struggle for my vision towards my country and the world as a whole to prevail. I have great dreams and I would never allow anything to drive me to despair or frustration no matter what happens.