European Forum of Economic Diplomacy

European Forum of Economic Diplomacy
Palace of the Parliament, Bucharest, Romania
Monday, March 4, 2024 -
11:45 to 16:45

Bucharest Reschedules its Jewel Event: The European Forum of Economic Diplomacy amidst Middle East Tensions

The European Federation of Bilateral Chambers of Commerce has announced a significant change in its economic events calendar due to the escalating crisis in the Middle East. The much-anticipated European Forum of Economic Diplomacy, initially scheduled for November 29, 2023, has been deferred to March 4, 2024. The decision comes in the wake of the ongoing conflict between Hamas and Israel, which has necessitated a shift in focus towards peacekeeping and humanitarian efforts. Hosted in the illustrious Palace of Parliament, the Forum is widely regarded as Eastern Europe’s paramount event in the field of economic diplomacy. The postponement, while unfortunate, has been deemed necessary by the organizers to better accommodate the current global situation and ensure the safety and comfort of all participants. The Forum aims to bring together representatives from 37 nations, fostering an environment conducive to economic diplomacy and international cooperation. The event promises a vibrant exchange of ideas and strategies, all within the majestic confines of the Palace of Parliament, the world’s second-largest administrative building.

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European Forum of Economic Diplomacy, Bucharest, Romania - 29-30 November 2023

In a significant development that promises to place Bucharest, Romania’s vibrant capital, on the global economic map, the city has been chosen to host the much-anticipated European Forum of Economic Diplomacy in November 2023. This distinguished event, organized by the European Federation of Bilateral Chambers of Commerce based in Switzerland, is widely recognized as the most influential of its kind in Europe. For two days, Bucharest will transform into the epicenter of international economic discourse. The event will bring together an array of prominent personalities from Europe, the United States, and the Middle East. An alluring blend of policymakers, business leaders, economists, and thought leaders, these individuals will provide engaging dialogue and forge powerful alliances. The event’s significance resonates even more given the global audience it attracts. The world press will cast its spotlight on Bucharest, garnering it the attention and recognition it deserves. The event is a testament to Romania’s rising influence and its strategic importance in the global economic landscape.

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