Prime Minister Petkov on a visit to Slovakia for security forum summit
Prime Minister Petkov on a visit to Slovakia for security forum summit

Sofia, Bulgaria: Prime Minister Kiril Petkov will be paying an official visit to Slovakia on Thursday and Friday, where he will participate in the security forum. The information was shared by the government press office.

Prime Minister Petkov will join the 17th edition of GLOBSEC, which is a global think-tank based in Bratislava committed to enhancing security in Europe and across the globe.

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Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic – Eduard Heger, will also join the GLOBSEC 2022 Bratislava Forum from June 2 to 4, 2022, where he and other global leaders will discuss the most significant issues facing the global community in the midst of the Ukraine crisis.

Further sharing information about the meeting, the official Twitter handle of GLOBSEC asserted, “Ivan Korcok – the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic will be among the speakers at our GLOBSEC 2022 Bratislava Forum, which starts tomorrow. Follow this space to find out what he and other world leaders have to say”.

Bratislava Forum will also welcome 27 distinguished young professionals from Columbia, through the US, to the Western Balkans.

Apart from this, the Director-General of the World Health Organisation (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, will also participate in the forum meeting.

GLOBSEC then highlighted the challenges faced and stated, “Health at GLOBSEC 2022: Depression affects over 2,4 million people in Central, Eastern Europe and the Baltics. It is the leading cause of avoidable suffering, but not enough is done: many countries are failing to provide a proper response”.

“That is why patient organisations from the whole region are joining forces to inspire positive change. They are presenting a region-wide Patient Memorandum, highlighting the most urgent needs of patients with depression and their families”, underscored GLOBSEC.

The crucial topic of health issues – Depression, will also be discussed in the meeting, highlighting the significance of mental health.

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