Former heads of state and government to attend Global Young Leaders Forum in Baku
- 18 August 2017
Former presidents, prime ministers, public and state figures of some countries will visit Baku to join the Global Young Leaders Forum.
The forum will be organized by the Nizami Ganjavi International Center with the support of the State Committee for Work with Diaspora on August 21-24.
Bulgaria’s former president Rosen Plevneliev, Serbia’s former president Boris TadiÄ‡, Croatia’s former president Ivo JosipoviÄ‡, Latvia’s former president Valdis Zatlers, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s former prime minister Zlatko LagumdÅ¾ija, Israel’s former president Dalia Itzik, Co-chair of Nizami Ganjavi International Center, former vice-president of World bank Ismail Serageldin, Turkey’s former foreign minister Hikmet Çetin will attend the forum, the State Committee told APA.
The representatives of worldwide prestigious educational institutions, as well as a number of young businessmen are expected to join the Forum. Besides, about 20 high-level guests consisting of the former heads of governments, public figures and heads of big corporations are also expected to join the Forum.
The debates on individual assessment of leadership, the forms of leadership that modernity needs, the differences between the leadership of women and men, and the inner and outer boundaries of leadership will be discussed in the forum.