Global Baku Forum giving opportunity to mull today’s challenges (exclusive)
Baku, Azerbaijan, March 8
By Anakhanum Hidayatova - Trend:
The Global Baku Forum is a very important event that provides an opportunity to discuss the most pressing modern challenges, says Jean Chrétien, Canada's former prime minister.
He made the remarks speaking to Trend March 8 on the sidelines of the 33rd plenary session of the Canadian InterAction Council, held in Baku on the eve of the Global Baku Forum.
Chrétien said the leaders from all parts of the world meet every year in Baku and study the world's problems, offer solutions, prepare recommendations and present them to governments.
The people who have gathered at the Forum have extensive experience in different areas, he added.
Nearly 300 people, including influential politicians, heads of states and governments of Albania, Latvia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Croatia and Georgia will take part in the event.
The conflicts on ethnic, religious and political grounds, global challenges in the democratic development, education, environment and energy security will be the topics of the upcoming Forum.
Club of Madrid, InterAction Council and Library of Alexandria are the partners of the event.
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