- Friday, May 05, 2017 12:55 PM
Skopje, 5 May 2017 (MIA) - President Gjorge Ivanov pays a working visit Friday and Saturday to Turkey where he is to take part the Global Leadership Forum organised by Istanbul’s Bahcesehir University.
Ivanov is set to give a lecture at the Forum which is being held under the theme “Strategic alliances and new view of leadership in conditions of global balance of power,” President’s Cabinet said in a press release.
“The Presidency of Trump: changes in US policy and its impact on world order,” “Future scenarios for the European Union,” “The role of South America in world order,” “Security and Political analyses of Middle East” are among themes that should be discussed at the forum.
The Global Leadership Forum aims to provide its participants with different perspectives on Turkey’s bilateral and regional relations and global politics. sk/12:54
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