The World Economic Forum announced today, Monday, that its annual meeting, “Davos”, has been postponed and transferred from Singapore in light of the emerging Corona virus crisis.
The World Economic Forum said in a statement that the next annual meeting will be in the first half of next year 2022, with a final venue to be decided later.
The forum added that it is impossible to hold a global meeting in light of the pandemic and the confusion of travel and the disparity in the distribution of vaccines and new virus strains, according to “Reuters”.
Thus, the World Economic Forum has canceled a special annual meeting that was scheduled to be held in Singapore within 3 months.
The World Economic Forum is an international non-governmental and not-for-profit organization, famous for its annual forum, which is usually organized in January of each year in the town of Davos in Switzerland, and it brings together an elite of businessmen and women, politicians and academics to discuss the economic and political challenges facing the world and ways to solve them.