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Museveni in Davos for World Economic Forum

By Vision Reporter

Added 23rd January 2019 03:32 PM

The meeting brings together leaders from every sector and every part of the world to discuss how to cooperate on the challenges ahead.

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Uganda's Permanent Representative to the UN Office in Geneva Amb. Christopher Onyanga receives President Museveni

The meeting brings together leaders from every sector and every part of the world to discuss how to cooperate on the challenges ahead.

KAMPALA - President Yoweri Museveni is in Davos, in the Swiss Alps, for the annual world economic forum for a three-day working visit.

The theme for this year's meeting is “Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.” Focusing on how to make globalization work for everyone.

The meeting brings together leaders from every sector and every part of the world to discuss how to cooperate on the challenges ahead. 

Around 3,000 participants from business, government, civil society, arts, culture and media gather here for five days of sessions on some of the most pressing global challenges. Tackling climate change, fixing our broken economic system and preparing for the jobs of the future will all be explored in over 350 sessions.

The President is today (Wednesday) scheduled for a breakfast meeting under the theme, Shaping Africa’s Agenda in Global Context. Later he will attend an interactive panel discussion titled, “Peace building in Africa Platform”

On arrival at the Flughafen Zurich International Airport yesterday, the President was received by Uganda’s Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission of the Republic of Uganda to the UN in Geneva, Amb. Christopher Onyang Aparr, the Uganda Defence attaché to the UN Mission in Switzerland Brig. Moses Rwikitarate and officials from the Ugandan mission.

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