Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver a special talk on the "State of the World"
PM Modi will deliver the ‘State of the World’ tomorrow
On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver a special talk on the "State of the World" at the World Economic Forum's virtual conference "Davos Agenda Modi will give the ‘State of the World’ talk the World tomorrow.
On January 17, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak at the World Economic Forum’s Davos Agenda virtual event, among a number of other world leaders.
From January 1721, the World Economic Forum will host the event via its website and social media outlets.
Due to the Covid-19 epidemic, the forum has had to host the summit digitally for the second year in a row. It plans to hold the annual meeting for 2022 later this year.
The “Davos Agenda 2022” will be the first worldwide venue for prominent world leaders to present their thoughts for 2022, according to the forum’s schedule.
The conference will be held on the topic of “The State of the World.”
CEOs and other leaders will join heads of state and government for a discussion on major collective challenges and how to address them. This discussion will serve as a warm-up for the Annual Meeting in Davos, which will take place in early July.
Along with PM Modi, world leaders giving “State of the World” special addresses include Japan’s Prime Minister Kishida Fumio, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Indonesian President Joko Widodo, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, US Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen, and Nigeria’s Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo.
The event will also be attended by WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva, US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate Change John F Kerry, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde, and WTO Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.
Global divisions have been exacerbated by radically different pandemic experiences, according to the WEF, which describes itself as an international organization for public-private cooperation. Vaccine inequities, combined with new strains, have also slowed international economic recovery.
However, Covid-19 is one of the important global concerns that could become unmanageable unless world leaders prioritize proactive collaboration; as a result, the Davos Agenda will focus on promoting concerted action among key global stakeholders, according to the statement.
“Everyone,” remarked Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum.
The Davos Agenda 2022 will provide essential insights into a range of critical concerns through special addresses and panels with leaders of G20 economies and international organizations, according to the WEF.
The summit will also bring together government and business leaders, international organizations, and civil society to share their perspectives, views, and plans on some of the world’s most pressing issues, including climate change, social contracts, and vaccination fairness.
These meetings will also serve as a platform for a broader connection, allowing the general public to participate and engage in the discussion.
Several WEF initiatives will be launched during Davos Agenda 2022, including the race to net-zero emissions, the economic opportunity of nature-positive solutions, and cyber resilience.
Between January 17 and 21, there will be additional launches on a variety of critical topics, including strengthening global value chains, building economies in fragile markets through humanitarian investing, bridging the vaccine manufacturing gap, and using data solutions to prepare for the next pandemic.