Armenian President a keynote speaker at Abu Dhabi Forum

Armenian President a keynote speaker at Abu Dhabi Forum

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian President Armen Sarkissian is headed to the United Arab Emirates on Monday, January 14 where he is set to participate in the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week Forum.

When in the UAE, Sarkissian will hold meetings with the highest leadership of the UAE to discuss issues related to the development of the agenda of the mutually beneficial cooperation. In Abu Dhabi, the Armenian President will join the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week Forum and will be a keynote speaker at the one of the sessions of the Forum.

The openening of the Forum will be attended by over 4000 guests from different countries, including heads of state and government, diplomats, political and public figures, major entrepreneurs.

The Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week Forum is a prestigious global platform where well-known state, political, public figures, leading experts, innovators, representatives of large organizations present their vision for the sustainable future, discuss the main social, economic, technological tendencies which shape the sustainable development of the world. This year, one of the main topic of the discussions at the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week Forum will be the merge of digital and innovative technologies, resulting new opportunities and solutions which influence largely the economic growth, sustainable development, and boost prosperity.

At different times, the list of speakers of the Forum included Prince Charles of Wales, President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbaev, King of the Netherlands Willem-Alexander, former President of France François Hollande, former UN Secretary Genaral Ban Ki-moon, and others.

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