Overcoming crises worldwide requires cooperation, justice, and rejection of double standards, Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani said on Tuesday.
The forum aims to “enrich dialogue on the strategic issues that are at the forefront of priorities for the global economy,” Sheikh Tamim said during the opening of Qatar Economic Forum 2022 in the capital Doha.
He added, “The food crisis should neither be left to the law of supply and demand nor should the issue of extreme poverty be left to the poor countries to face alone.”
A host of world leaders are attending the forum, including the presidents of Kazakhstan, Namibia Togo, and Sierra Leone.
In addition to adapting technology to the service of the economy and the reliance on technology as an economic tool, the event is expected to address several topics.
During the previous edition of the forum last year, heads of state, government officials, experts, and representatives of international organizations from 120 countries showed attendance.