Thursday, May 19, 2022 – 3:46 PM
ABU DHABI, May 19 / WAM / The World Economic Forum “Davos” expects nearly 2,500 state leaders, senior officials and experts in economic affairs to attend the activities of its next session, during the period May 22-26. , to discuss the current challenges the world is witnessing and anticipate future solutions, confirming the completion of its preparations to receive the forum’s assistance.
In its report released yesterday, the forum revealed expected attendance statistics, which include 50 heads of state and government, 300 high-level government representatives, plus 100 global innovators and leaders in the field of technology and start-ups and median in business sectors.
The report referred to the invitation of 200 leaders of organizations, non-profit associations, social entrepreneurs and academia, as well as 400 media people from around the world, as well as members of the most outstanding young global leaders.
Professor Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Director of “Davos”, stated that the world will come together in Davos to work to deal with the problems facing the world, especially with the repercussions arising from the crises at the present time, noting that Davos It will address government policies and business strategies, especially with important geopolitical and economic developments, and after the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Davos Forum issued a program of sessions accompanying its work, which will address global cooperation, economic rebalancing, global health, climate issues, food security, industrial transformation, innovation and governance, in addition to cybersecurity. .
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