WEF Summit

35

Pakistan all set to participate in the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting 2022.  This year the Forum is being organized under the theme, “History at a Turning Point: Government Policies and Business Strategies.” Both the Foreign Minister and the Minister of State will participate in a number of WEF events on contemporary global and regional issues. The Foreign Minister will share Pakistan’s perspective on the economic and social impacts of the evolving geopolitical developments as well as the challenges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, food and energy security, and climate change. The world’s top leaders from politics, business, civil society, academia, media and the arts are set to descend on the Swiss mountain village of Davos in May 2022, as the World Economic Forum hosts its first in-person Annual Meeting for more than two years. This extraordinary event takes place at a watershed moment in history from 22-26 May 2022, convening nearly 2,500 leaders to tackle global issues and find solutions to the world’s most urgent challenges including the ongoing global pandemic, the war in Ukraine, geo-economic shocks and climate change. The meeting is centered around the theme History at a Turning Point: Government Policies and Business Strategies. It happens at the most consequential geopolitical and geo-economic moment of the past three decades and against the backdrop of a once-in-a-century pandemic. The war in Ukraine and the resulting tragedy calls for global moral action. Leaders will address urgent humanitarian and security challenges as they simultaneously advance long-standing economic, environmental and societal priorities – all while reinforcing the foundations of a stable global system. Clarity of vision and unity of purpose will be crucial for making progress against the unprecedented complexity of a multipolar world. The meeting provides a unique environment in which to reconnect, exchange insights, gain fresh perspectives and advance solutions.

Comments are closed.

Subscribe to Newsletter
close-link