PM Modi to address WEF via video conference on January 28
PM Modi to address WEF via video conference on January 28

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to address the WEF (World Economic Forum) via video conference on January 28. The forum is going to run online for 6 days in Davos, which begins today. It is believed that 1000 leaders are going to come to the programme. The list can also be attended by heads of countries, CEOs of large companies, chairmen. The forum is being asked to discuss the economic, environment, society, technical challenge during the Corona period.

Chinese President Xi Jinping is also going to address this forum. Recently, on behalf of the WEF, it has been stated that there will be 15 addresses from the head of the G-20 summit, which will be addressed by the heads of these countries. Prime Minister Modi is going to deliver his address on Thursday. Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, Petroleum and Steel Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, Anand Mahindra, Salil Parekh and Shobhana Kamineni will also address the forum on behalf of India. According to reports, the welcome address at the World Economic Forum beginning this evening will be the foundation and executive chairman of the WEF.

Thereafter, the President of Swiss Confederation, Cow Parmalin will also address the forum. Chinese President Sheen Jinping will address the forum on Monday. Later on Tuesday, South African President Cyril Ranphosa, European Commission President Ursula he der Leyen, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and IMF chief Crystalina Georgia will also address the forum.

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