Ivanov at Crans Montana will talk about global security threats and terrorism

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President Gjorge Ivanov from 14 to 16 October will visit the Swiss Confederation and will take part at the Crans Montana Forum in Geneva.


On Thursday, President Ivanov will address the forum’s official opening session themed “Global Security and Terror Threats: International and Regional Cooperation and Conflict Prevention – Addressing the Issue of Threats on International Business”.

Macedonian President is scheduled to meet with Michael Moller, Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva and visit the Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations.

Ivanov will also address Friday’s plenary session “The Western Balkan Migrant Route as a New Road Towards the West”.

He will also meet with UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein.

This year’s Homeland and Global Security Forum will focus on the migrant crisis, global security, threats of organized international crime, extremism and radicalism.

President Ivanov received the “Prix de la Foundation” of the Crans Montana Forum in 2014 for his activities and achievements in all fields, as well as commitment to the defense of fundamental freedoms.

The Crans Montana Forum is a Swiss international organization established in 1986 with the support and the involvement of Swiss authorities. The forum works for the promotion of international cooperation and contributes to global growth while ensuring a high level of stability, equity and security. The aim is also to foster the best practices and ensure a global dialogue