Prime Minister Imran Khan departed for Davos, Switzerland on Tuesday to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) from 21 to 23 January 2020, at the invitation of WEF founder and executive chairman Professor Klaus Schwab.
This session will focus on “Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World.”
This year marks the Forum’s 50th anniversary. Political leaders, business executives, heads of international organizations and representatives of civil society will discuss contemporary economic, geopolitical, social and environmental issues, in line with the significance of this milestone.
Two key highlights of the visit include the “Keynote Address” given by the Prime Minister at the WEF Special Session, and his interaction with CEOs and corporate leaders at the “Pakistan Strategy Dialogue.”
The Prime Minister will hold bilateral meetings, on the sidelines, with several world leaders. These include a meeting with the U.S. President Donald Trump. This would be the third leadership-level interaction between Pakistan and the U.S. since the Prime Minister’s visit to Washington in July 2019.
Several meetings are also planned with a number of executives from corporations, business, technology and finance, and representatives from international financial institutions.
The Prime Minister will also speak to senior international media people and editors during a session with the International Media Council of the Forum. He will also give interviews to major media outlets around the world.
Prime Minister will share the vision and achievements of Pakistan in the areas of economy, peace & stability, trade, business and investment opportunities throughout his engagements at Davos.
Imran Khan will also emphasize the current situation in Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir, and the perspective of Pakistan on key regional and international issues.