PM Zaev and economy ministers Angjusev and Bektesi to attend WEF in Davos

Macedonia’s Prime Minister Zoran Zaev accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Koco Angjusev and Economy Minister Kresnik Bektesi will attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos from January 23 to 25.

The event brings together over 2,500 leaders from business, government, international organizations, civil society, academia and media.

At the annual Davos Summit, Zaev is to hold several working meetings and bilateral talks with potential investors, business leaders and associates.

As part of the activities, Zaev is also scheduled to EU Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn on Thursday (January 24), government press service informs.

PM Zaev’s agenda also includes meetings with Slovenian PM Marjan Sarec, German Health Minister Jens Spahn, Google CEO, and other leaders and senior officials of companies at panel discussions and informal gatherings that will take place in Davos Summit.

PM Zoran Zaev is to address a debate “Creation of strong partnerships for growth and peace in the Western Balkans”, a forum “The future of the Transatlantic Alliance” as well as to attend other forums and debates on designing the global architecture of economies.

Angjusev is to hold several meetings with businessmen and companies’ representatives, while Bektesi will participate in the meeting of ministers co-sponsors of the joint e-commerce statement.

The World Economic Forum this year is held under the title Globalization 4.0: The design of global architecture during the fourth industry revolution. Leading global politicians and businessmen will discuss topics from geopolitical areas and the multi-conceptual world, the future of the economy, industrial systems, cyber security, human capital and institutional reform.