Davos Pushes ‘Greener’ Fuel for Private Jets Leaving World Economic Forum

Clay Curtis
January 21, 2020

"My love and hate relationship with this has taught me a lot and I want to tell everyone suffering from this that you are not alone", she said while recalling her own struggle with depression and mental illness.

Founder and Executive Chairman of WEF Professor Klaus Schwab invited Prime Minister Imran to attend the forum, to be held from January 21 to 23, according to a press release issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

On Wednesday, the prime minister will participate in an informal meeting of world economic leaders with a focus on the challenges to European competitiveness.

The World Economic Forum this year has taken pains to push a green agenda and to make the conference more sustainable.

The prime minister would also highlight occupied Kashmir's current situation and the country's perspective on key regional and global issues.

The prime minister will also speak to worldwide media during a session with the forum's global Media Council.

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The 50th edition of the World Economic Forum (WEF) will see participation from prominent business leaders, politicians and even a teen climate activist.

The foreign office statement said that two key highlights of the visit include the prime minister's "Keynote Address" at the WEF Special Session, and his interaction at the "Pakistan Strategy Dialogue" with CEOs and Corporate leaders.

Private jets flying into Davos this week for the World Economic Forum will be able to fill their tanks with fuel created to lower carbon emissions, as the annual global talk shop aims to beef up its green credentials. The visits of former Pakistani Prime Ministers to Davos, including Nawaz Sharif, cost $762,000, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi $561,000 and Yousuf Raza Gilani $459,000.

US President Donald Trump will meet his Iraqi counterpart and the head of the European Union executive body during his visit to Davos in Switzerland this week, the White House said Monday.

PM's Advisor on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood, Zulfi Bukhari and other officials are accompanied by the PM.

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