PM Karen Karapetyan to attend Davos World Economic Forum

  • PM Karen Karapetyan to attend Davos World Economic Forum

PM Karen Karapetyan to attend Davos World Economic Forum

All eyes will be on at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, this month with analysts predicting he will use the meeting as a chance to show off his economic and policy successes so far in office.

"The main event is the keynote speech the Prime Minister will give at the plenary session on January 23", Gokhale said. These 60 companies are across 26 different sectors. "If it had been a country it would have been the fifth largest in the world". This will include the CEO of General Motors, the CEO of Royal Dutch Shell, and the Executive Directors of BASF, Nestle, and J.P. Morgan Chase.

"One of the key findings of the (first) paper is that Europeans, especially younger people, believe that a core set of European values, based on inclusion and equality, openness and diversity, democracy and inclusiveness and sustainable growth are coming increasingly under threat", said WEF.

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The close proximity of Davos to the Austrian border means about a third of the no-fly airspace during the WEF meeting lies above Austrian territory, meaning its participation is necessary for protection from the north and east.

The Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson told media that they are not aware of any such plan regarding bilateral meeting between premiers of India and Pakistan.