19-05-2017 07:03 PM
Jordan’s King Abdullah II will inaugurate the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa (Davos), which will be held in the Dead Sea region, in the presence of more than 1,000 leading figures including President Fouad And the head of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani.
“The Jordanian monarch King Abdullah II will open the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa (Davos) on Saturday morning in the Dead Sea region in the presence of more than a thousand global leaders from 50 world countries,” government spokesman Mohammed Momani said. ‘.
He added that ‘the participants in the forum represent various areas’, pointing out that ‘the forum will see meetings and meetings related to the addresses of the forum in addition to memorandums of understanding’.
The president of the Republic of Macedonia, George Thabchi, the President of the Republic of Macedonia Hashemi Thaci, the President of Niger Mohammad Yousso, the Prime Minister of Georgia Georgi Kuperkashvili Deputy Prime Minister of Lebanon Ghassan Hasbani, and President of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq Massoud Barzani, in addition to the presence of ministers at the Arab and international levels.
“The security services began to impose closing points in the Dead Sea area, just before the start of the official business of the forum,” pointing out that ‘the devices have taken strict security in the region, which hosted the Arab summit at its twenty-eighth two months ago’.
The forum aims to provide a platform that will positively shape the future of the Middle East and North Africa through cooperation and partnership between the public and private sectors. The ongoing partnership between the Forum and Jordan reflects the pivotal role of the Kingdom in the context of growing regional challenges, the importance of enabling generations to make the necessary transformations, adopting policies that stimulate growth and creativity and support young people.
The themes and sessions of the Forum will address the geopolitical developments and challenges associated with relief and humanitarian work, and the priority of supporting refugees, countries and their host communities.
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