SULAIMANI (ESTA) — Kurdistan Region Deputy Prime Minister Qubad Talabani on Wednesday participated in the Delphi Economic Forum, according to his office.
The 8th Delphi Economic Forum in the ancient town of Delphi, in central Greece, was kicked off on Wednesday with the participation of 990 speakers from 70 countries and is set to continue until April 29.
During the three-day Forum, heads of state, policymakers, and business figures across the globe address a range of issues including the war in Ukraine, the future of Democracy, climate and environmental issues as well as technological advancement.
Further, the Forum also seeks to explore answers to some of the most pressing issues of the time: how societies around the world can work together to turn today’s instability into hope, according to an announcement on the Forum’s website
“How relationships alter in a constantly changing geopolitical environment in the field of foreign policy, security, and economy; how prepared leaders and businesses are to adapt to these changes,” the announcement read.
Kurdistan Deputy Prime Minister Talabani has participated in the Forum for the second year in a row, his press office said in a statement.
Talabani is set to deliver remarks in the Forum regarding developments in the Kurdistan Region, Iraq, and the area to hundreds of senior global attendances, expressing his vision for a resolution to the issues, it added.
In the meantime, “At the sidelines of the Forum Talabani will carry out several meetings with the world leaders, where he is accompanied by the Deputy Head of the Kurdistan Region Foreign Relations Department, Daban Shadala,” the statement said.