President Levits will head to Davos for World Economic Forum

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President of Latvia Egils Levits will take part in the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, May 22-25, it has been confirmed by the presidential chancellery.

During the World Economic Forum (WEF), Levits has been invited to speak on the debate on the future of democracy (which will be available to watch live ), a panel discussion of the Presidents of the Three Seas Initiative on the need to develop modern infrastructure in Central and Eastern Europe, and a number of discussions on security in Ukraine, Europe and the world.

The President will also take part in discussions on energy and geopolitical challenges, the impact of the digital age on democracy, economic, climate, and related issues plus a series of roundtable discussions between world economic leaders on the future and sustainability.

During his working visit to Davos, the President is scheduled to hold bilateral meetings with leaders of several countries, including Klaus Schwab, Founder and Chairman of the Board of the World Economic Forum, and Nick Clegg , President of Global Affairs for the Meta company, popularly known as Facebook.

Levits has previously attended the WEF, as reported by LSM at the time.

The President will be accompanied by his wife, Mrs. Andra Levite, who will take part in discussions on social, health and mental well-being, environmental sustainability and green living.

More information on this year's World Economic Forum is available at:


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