The 53rd World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos will bring together a record number of businessmen, representatives of the world's largest corporations, and state leaders.
Serbia will be represented by Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and Minister of Culture Maja Gojković.
President Vučić will be a speaker on the "Expanding Europe's Horizons" panel with the President of the European Parliament, Roberta Metzola, and the Prime Ministers of Albania and Ireland, Edi Rama and Leo Varadkar.
The forum in the famous Swiss winter resort of Davos was last held in its traditional time, in January 2020, since in 2021 it was organized virtually, and in 2022 it was postponed to May due to the Corona virus.
52 heads of state, 56 finance ministers, 19 central bank governors, 30 trade ministers, and 35 foreign ministers will gather at this event.
This year, Russia will not participate, while the Chinese delegation will have a special role. Also, there are high expectations from the high-level delegation of Ukraine.
The heads of the United Nations (UN), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the World Trade Organization (WTO) will attend the event.
The magnitude of this event is reflected in the value of those who will attend the forum in Switzerland. These are the executive directors and chairmen of the Forum and 1,000 partner companies that are actively engaged in initiatives and communities.
Source: Blic Biznis