Davos 2021 summit to be held in Singapore postponed again. The Davos summit has been postponed once again due to challenges related to the Corona epidemic. Information about this was given in the meeting of the World Economic Forum. The meeting has now been moved from Switzerland to Singapore. This annual gathering of the world’s political, economic, and business classes is held in Davos in January every year.
The meeting was to be held in May
The virtual meeting between world leaders was held last month due to the crisis of Covid-19. This meeting was to be held in May. But on Wednesday the organizers said that it has now been postponed again until August 17-20. The statement said it was postponed to ensure a safe and effective meeting. The WEF said the current global travel restrictions made it difficult to plan for the meeting.
What WEF said on the importance of their 2021 meeting
The WEF emphasized the importance of its 2021 meeting, saying it would be the first global leadership summit to face challenges to overcome the epidemic and be more inclusive. Leaders will be face to face in this meeting to focus on solving the most pressing challenges of our time. The World Economic Forum said Wednesday that its an annual meeting, which has already been postponed and moved from Switzerland to Singapore, will be pushed back again due to pandemic-related challenges. Davos 2021 summit to be held in Singapore postponed again.
While a virtual meeting of world leaders was held last month, the physical meeting had already been moved due to the Covid-19 crisis and rescheduled to take place in Singapore in May.
But on Wednesday, organizers said it would now be postponed again until August 17-20.
They stressed in a statement that they remained “confident of the measures in place to ensure a safe and effective meeting,” adding that “local transmission of Covid-19 in Singapore remains at negligible levels.”