President George Weah has arrived in France for Paris Peace Forum to hold a bilateral discussion with President Macron on the Margins.
On a chain of international duties, President Weah on Wednesday departed the Arab Republic of Egypt and arrived in Paris, France to attend the 5th Edition of the Paris Peace Forum.
The President was earlier in Morocco and Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt where he attended the MEDays Forum and COP27 respectively, delivering Liberia’s position on critical world issues, mainly bordering on peace, pandemics, and climate change.
He is now in Paris to attend the renowned Paris Peace Forum which serves as a platform upon which state and non-state actors engage in transnational cooperation for collective action.
With the far-reaching and combined effects of crises across the world on people and global cooperation, this year’s forum focuses on “Riding out the Multi-Crisis” with special emphasis on managing the fallout of the multi-crisis on populations, cooperating through conflicts, rethinking globalization in a polarized world and catalyzing climate and environmental solutions as well as ensuring a safer and ethical digital world and fostering more inclusive and just societies.
On the margins of the forum, President Weah is expected to hold a bilateral meeting with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron.
The President is also expected to hold discussions with other world and business leaders during the two-day Paris Peace Forum which will kick- off on November 11, 2022, and ends on November 12, 2022.