The World Economic Forum has ended

The 53rd World Economic Forum (WEF) was held in Davos, Switzerland, on 16-20 January with the theme of “Cooperation in a Fragmented World”.

In his speech at the closing, WEF Leader Borge Brende stated that they carried out an effective WEF organization in Davos this year as well, adding, “The most valuable lesson I have learned this week is that even though the world is more fragmented today, we need to come to a middle in this form tomorrow. More in cooperation. We can shape the future we are.” said.

Pointing out the importance of establishing a sound economic growth program, Brende said that it would be possible to break up the global economy with this.

Brende said that many different problems and bets in the world were touched upon within the scope of the WEF, and that the participants discussed them. he said.

Brende thanked all the contributors.

– More than 2,700 participants appeared in the forum

In the forum, leaders were invited to “handle the crises facing the world together and develop a coordinated action plan”.

More than 2,700 participants, 50 of whom were state/government leaders from 130 countries, came to the forum on 16-20 January, where the leaders of many countries and international organizations and representatives of the business world took part.

Within the scope of the forum, the issues of Russia-Ukraine War, Kovid-19 epidemic, technology, power, climate change, health, migration and international crisis were the prominent topics in the sessions.

Environmental and climate activists protested the WEF before and on its last day. Environmentalists staged protests against the WEF and drawing attention to climate change.

Environmentalists criticized the WEF leader and other participants for failing to realistically address the issues and take action.