|8/14/2019 8:00am - 2:00pm
The World Diplomatic Summit engages the foremost Global Leaders, business and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.
The Summit will bring together a network of global shapers, focused on rethinking regionalism in the 21st Century and explore new approaches to tactical systematic challenges, such as Youth, Investments, Education, Climates, terrorism, inequality, governance and transnational crimes.
Speakers include: World Leaders, including Head of States, Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Government Officials, World Activists, the Clergy, Media Personnels, Diplomatic Missions Representatives, Heads of Organizations, Business Leaders, University Professors among others.
The media will have the advantage of access to global experts, senior diplomatic representatives and international organizations, whose input will help shape a more positive future for the world.
EXPECTED REPRESENTATIVE BODIES:
Youth Associations and Organizations,
Clegy Religious Leaders,
Journalists / Press
Head of States / Governors/ Senators
Ambassadors / Members of Diplomatic Corps
Clergy / Religious Representatives
Government Officials / Representatives
Celebrities / Public Figures
Journalists / Members of the Press & Media House
Organization Representatives (NGO)
University Professors/ Representatives
Business Leader / Representatives
Applying as a Speaker
Applying as a Delegate
Applying as a Group of Delegations
For more information about the Summit, visit us at www.diplomaticsummit.org. Please contact us at: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org/
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