The Chairman of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH’s) Council of Ministers Denis Zvizdic, will be staying on January 24thand 25th, 2019 in Davos, where he will attend the annual World Economic Forum meeting.
Zvizdic will attend the informal gathering of world economic leaders on Thursday, January 24, at 2.30 pm, and will discuss on a topic of “A culmination or a turning point for Europe?” at the Davos-Klosters Congress Center.
On Friday, January 25that 8.00am, President Zvizdic will attend the panel on the Western Balkans “Creating Strong Partnerships for Growth and Peace in the Western Balkans”.
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