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Programme of members of the Federal Council attending the WEF Annual Meeting 2022

2022-05-20 11:45:11
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Bern, 20.05.2022 - Following the cancellation of last year’s gathering and a postponement owing to the pandemic, the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) is being held in spring for the first time, writes the Swiss Federal Council.

President Ignazio Cassis will open the Annual Meeting together with WEF founder Prof. Klaus Schwab on Monday, 23 May.

The ‘House of Switzerland’ WEF Annual Meeting 2022 For the third time at a WEF Annual Meeting, the Swiss authorities will be once again be showcased by a ‘House of Switzerland’. Under the auspices of Presence Switzerland, part of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA), the ‘House of Switzerland’ in the Davos ice stadium will serve as a communications and networking hub for Switzerland as host country.

Through a variety of thematic events, it will bring together players from politics, business and science and offer a wide-ranging programme. The focus will be on sustainable economic recovery and the current challenges in view of the global situation.

The spectrum of topics ranges from the potential of new technologies in development aid and the reorientation of work to innovations in the field of digitalisation and the future of food systems. The ‘House of Switzerland’ is also an informal meeting place for the Swiss delegation with international guests and partners, as well as for media representatives.

This year, the Swiss Armed Forces Culinary Team (SACT), the national team of army chefs, will ensure that guests at the ‘House of Switzerland’ are well catered to..

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