Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic arrived on Tuesday in Switzerland, where he will be attending the World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Davos until January 19.
Vucic will take part in a session titled Diplomatic Dialogue on the Western Balkans and also attend panel discussions on Restoring The Faith In A Global System and Building A Europe Of The Future, as well as a discussion titled A New Eurasian Dawn, the presidential press office has announced.
While in Davos, Vucic will also have a series of bilateral meetings with international and European officials as well as many representatives of international organisations, financial institutions and leading global companies, the statement said.
He also said yesterday that Serbia was embarking on the implementation of major plans with much enthusiasm, and announced that he would discuss this with numerous leaders, investors and businesspeople at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in the coming days.
“The year ahead of us will be especially difficult for the entire world. Still, Serbia is embarking on the implementation of its big dreams and plans with much hope and enthusiasm. I will discuss them with numerous leaders, investors and businesspeople in the coming days,” Vucic wrote in his Instagram post.
Vucic also announced that on Saturday he will present to the nation an important plan for the future of Serbia, which foresees an increase in the living standards of its citizens, with an average salary reaching 1,400 euros by 2027.
During the World Economic Forum, President Vucic will have a series of bilateral meetings with European and other officials, as well as representatives of international organizations, financial institutions and leading global companies.
The annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (SEF) in Davos began yesterday and will last until January 19. It is attended by more than 100 representatives of countries, all major international organizations, 1,000 SEF partners, as well as civil society leaders and experts.
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