Annual meeting of world leaders, billionaires and business chiefs had been scheduled for January
The annual Davos gathering of world leaders, billionaires and business chiefs planned for next month has been delayed until the summer amid mounting concerns over the coronavirus Omicron variant.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) – which has been putting on the gathering of the global elite at a Swiss ski resort each January for half a century – said it would hold a series of online sessions next month to bring together global leaders to discuss the world’s biggest challenges instead. A full annual meeting is planned for early summer.
Regarded as a key event on the calendar for international relations, business and the world economy, the event was scheduled for 17-27 January with a theme of “working together, restoring trust”. […]
The World Economic Forum (WEF) has announced that its public ‘Open Forum‘ set to take place in Davos in January next year has been canceled due to death threats. The union of elite globalists under the leadership of Klaus Schwab has caused such a wave of anger from populations worldwide that security measures of the other WEF events have also been increased, reports Swiss news outlet Südostschweiz.