Azerbaijani President attends WEF's session on Europe's energy future (PHOTO)
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The President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has attended the World Economic Forum's (WEF) session on Europe's energy future in Davos, Switzerland, AzerTAj state news agency reported.
The Annual Meeting provides a rethinking of systems and exploration of strategies and solutions that have positive transformational implications. Particular emphasis will be placed on addressing the question of "How", going beyond analysis and elaborating innovative ideas and solutions to key global challenges.
For more than four decades, the Annual Meeting has provided leaders from industry, government, academia, civil society and the media with an unrivalled platform to shape the global agenda and catalyse solutions at the start of each year.
The WEF Annual Meeting brings together over 2,500 delegates from more than 100 countries, chief executives of the world's leading global businesses, representing the Forum's 1,000 Member companies, politicians from the G20 and other key countries - including over 30 heads of state and government, heads of all major international organizations, chairs of the 72 Global Agenda Councils - representing a network of over 1,200 experts - representatives from civil society stakeholder groups, media leaders representing the top news organizations from around the world, young global leaders, social entrepreneurs, technology pioneers and spiritual and cultural leaders.
The session featured discussions on a number of issues, including geopolitical concerns, strategic pipelines and low-carbon networks.
President Ilham Aliyev highlighted Azerbaijan's role in Europe`s energy system. The Azerbaijani leader also spoke of the country's cooperation with the European Union, and prospects within the South Corridor project.
Photo - The official website of the President of Azerbaijan