Islamabad (Web Desk): Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari arrived in Davos, Switzerland on Monday night to attend the annual meeting of world Economic Forum (WEF) on the invitation of the forum's president.
This year, the forum is being organized under the theme, "History at a Turning Point: Government Policies and Business Strategies".
FM Bilawal will be accompanied by Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Ms Hina Rabbani Khar.
The two cabinet members will participate in a number of WEF events on contemporary global and regional issues.
FM Bilawal will share Pakistan's perspective on the economic and social impacts of the evolving geo-political developments as well as the challenges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, food and energy security, and climate change.
The foreign minister will also hold meetings with his counterparts attending the annual event of the forum
FM Bilawal Bhutto and he will also interact with the media on this ocassion.
The WEF annually brings together political and business leaders as well as representatives from international organisations, civil society and youth representations from across the world to deliberate and identify pathways to overcome economic, social and environmental challenges.
Meanwhile, Minister for Climate Change Senator Sherry Rehman will also attend a number of WEF events on climate change and its impacts on the global community and Pakistan.
Climate change is an important agenda on the pages, and is also extremely pertinent to the prevailing heat waves and glacial lake outburst flooding incidents in the country.
Nearly 2,500 leaders from politics, business, civil society and media will take part in the forum.