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    West Java Deputy Governor: Youth Must Guard Indonesia Into Superpower in 2045


    MAJALENGKA REGENCY - Deputy Governor (Deputy Governor) of West Java (West Java) Uu Ruzhanul Ulum said, youths from the past were truly the locomotive of the nation's struggle so that they must have a fighting spirit and a vision of the nation's future.

    "Especially in the fast and open era 4.0, West Java youths must have skills and creativity," Uu said when opening the 2019 Kabizza Fest Activity at the Youth Generation Hall (GGM) of Majalengka Regency, Saturday (10/26/19).

    So, said Uu, West Java youth must be able to seize opportunities for progress in the current demographic bonus conditions with digital literacy to be able to compete in the future.

    Uu added, the West Java Provincial Government (Pemdaprov) is also committed to making youth as part of realizing the vision of the West Java Champion Born Inner.

    Including young people with disabilities, Uu said the West Java Provincial Government is ready to provide space for them to work and contribute to the development of West Java.

    With young people who are competitive, it is hoped that in one hundred years the Indonesian nation will become independent or by 2045, Indonesia will be one of the five superpowers in the world.

    "So the youth must guard this, we maintain that economic growth above 5 percent, peaceful democracy, supported by a competitive young generation," said Uu.

    As for youth programs in the province with the largest population in the country, West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil has also launched various excellent programs including Jabar Future Leader, Jabar Innovation Fellowship, and Village Patriot.

    The Kabizza Fest event itself was initiated by the West Java Provincial Youth and Sports Office as a series of activities welcoming the 91st Youth Oath Day and the National Youth Kirab (Kipan) in 2019.

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