Baku. 3 May. REPORT.AZ/ Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita will visit Azerbaijan.
Report informs citing Information and Public Relations Department of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, he will attend the 4th World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue in Baku.
Notably, the 4th World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue "Advancing Intercultural Dialogue – New avenues for human security, peace and sustainable development” will be held in Baku from May 4 to 6, with the partnership of the UNESCO, UN Alliance of Civilizations, UN World Tourism Organization, UN Food and Agriculture Organization, Council of Europe, ISESCO.
The first ladies of Mali, Ethiopia and Rwanda will be participating in the 4th World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue to take place in Baku from May 4-6.
Held under the slogan “Advancing Intercultural Dialogue – New avenues for human security, peace and sustainable development”, the forum aims at further promoting and sustaining understanding and dialogue within and between cultures.
The agenda will include topics such as the role of faith, religions, migration, human security, sport, education, art, sustainable development, preventing violent extremism, business in building trust and cooperation among cultures and civilizations.
The Forum will bring together heads of governments, ministers, heads of various international organizations, senior policy makers, cultural professionals, goodwill ambassadors, experts, journalists, practitioners, prominent intellectuals and activists.
The three-day forum will feature around 40 sessions and events, addressing topics like security, sustainable development, migration, intercultural and inter-faith dialogue, fight against extremism, women and migrants, role of youth and education in inter-cultural dialogue, and food security.
The forum will be organized for the 4th time, in the framework of the "Baku process" initiative, which put forward by Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev in 2008.