Doha, 29 Nov. 2023 (QNA)
21st edition of the Doha Forum will be held on Dec. 10-11, 2023. Forum an ideal opportunity to exchange ideas and views on the prominent regional and international issues in light of the participation of leaders of states, heads of government and ministers from various countries of the world in the forum.
It was announced at a press conference held this morning at the Diplomatic Club, Doha. Present on the occasion were Mubarak bin Ajlan Al Kuwari, Executive Director, Permanent Committee For Organizing Conferences (PCOC) and Doha Forum at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of State of Qatar; Fatima Mohammed Al Baker, Director General of the Doha Forum; and Ibrahim Sultan Al Hashmi, Director of Media and Communication Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Mubarak bin Ajlan AL Kuwari said that the 2023 edition of the forum will be distinguished in terms of attendance, which brings together leaders of states, heads of government and ministers from various countries of the world, along with many decision and policymakers in various fields.
He indicated that the Doha Forum provides an important opportunity to exchange opinions, ideas, and visions related to the topics of the forum.
He stressed the State of Qatar’s constant endeavor to discuss various issues through dialogue and joint cooperation, noting that the 2023 edition of the forum is distinguished by the presence of new partners from Latin America and East Asia, which indicates the expansion of the forum’s base to include almost all continents of the world.
He expressed his hope that the forum would come out with distinctive results through the discussion sessions and workshops that will be held during it.
Al Kuwari highlighted that the delegates from civil societies and other sectors from various countries around the world will have an opportunity to benefit from the experiences of participants as well as exchange ideas, and build relationships with each other.
He said that with the cooperation of Qatar Tourism and Qatar Museum, variety of attractive events including site seeing, archaeological sites and various other cultural programs are inline for the participants during the 2-day long conference.
Fatima Mohammed Al Baker, Director General of Doha Forum in her address at the press conference announced that the forum will be held on Dec. 10-11 in cooperation with various strategic and local partners as well as content makers. The conference would highlight four main axes, including International Relations and Security; Cyber Security and Artificial Intelligence; Economic Development and sustainability.
She said that the forum will hold 18 main sessions and 35 side sessions related to current situations and circumstances at the regional and international levels.
Ibrahim Sultan Al Hashmi, Director of Media and Communication Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs mentioned about media partnerships that aim to spread the forum’s message and objectives.
He called on media professionals wishing to cover the forum’s activities and sessions to take the initiative to register, which is still available to them.
He noted that the forum’s website will be constantly updated, which will contribute to making all details and information related to the forum and the participants available.