The 4th World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue on the theme “Advancing Intercultural Dialogue: New Avenues for Human Security, Peace and Sustainable Development” continues with plenary sessions.
The third working day of the forum will feature a ministerial meeting, a high-level meeting, the second plenary session and panel discussions.
The forum brings together more than 800 foreign delegations, including high-ranking state and government officials, heads of international organizations, parliamentary leaders, renowned scholars, ambassadors and public figures.
This is for the first time that heads of more than 25 international organizations participate in the forum, which has become a platform for global cultural dialogue. The forum features a joint high-level meeting of the heads of international organizations for the first time this year, in addition to nearly 40 sessions and events.