Pakistani government’s delegation to attend 3rd Baku International Humanitarian Forum
Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 30 /Trend S. Agayeva/
A delegation from the government of Pakistan will represent the country at the upcoming the 3rd Baku International Humanitarian Forum.
The delegation will be headed by the Chief Minister of Pakistan's Balochistan Province Abdul Malik Baloch, Azerbaijani Ambassador in Pakistan Dashgin Shikarov told Trend on Wednesday.
According to him, the delegation will include members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, the former Deputy Speaker of Pakistan's Parliament, rectors of several universities and public figures.
The 3rd Baku International Humanitarian Forum will be held from October 31 to November 1. It is expected that visitors from over 100 countries will attend the Forum.
The following round table meetings will be held in eight areas as a part of the forum: 'Converging Technologies and Outlines of the Future: Landmark Challenges of the 21st Century', 'Humanitarian Aspects of Economic Development', 'Scientific Innovations and their Transfer into Education', 'Multiculturalism and Originality: in Search of Value Consensus in Society', 'National Identity in the Postmodern Era', 'Sustainable Development and Ecological Civilisation', 'Achievements in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology: from Theory to Practice 'and 'The Topical Issues of Mass Media in the Globalizing Information Network'.
The Baku International Humanitarian Forum is an annual event comprising well known representatives of the political, scientific and cultural elite of the world community, including famous statesmen, Nobel Prize winners in the various fields of science and leaders of influential international organisations.
The goal of the forum is to hold dialogues, discussions and exchange views on wide range of global issues in the interest of all humanity.