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The whole world is represented at Davos tomorrow, we haven’t got a chance

This list is not exhaustive and many more countries are represented but not shown here due to space.

Mathias Cormann Secretary-General, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
Director-General, World Health Organization (WHO),
Geneva

Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Ecquador, Egypt, EU, Finland, France, large contingency Germany

Damien O’Connor Minister of Trade and Export Growth of New Zealand

Mark Rutte Prime Minister of the Netherlands

Yi Gang Governor of the People’s Bank of China

Albert Rösti Federal Councillor for the Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications of Switzerland

José Manuel Ramos
Horta President of Timor-Leste Timor-Leste

Vitaliy Klitschko Mayor of Kyiv, Ukraine

Keir Starmer Leader of the Opposition of the United Kingdom

Grant Shapps Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy of the United Kingdom

UK, huge contingency

Zac Goldsmith
Minister of State for the Commonwealth, Overseas
Territories, Energy, Climate and the Environment of the
United Kingdom

Nicholas Lyons Lord Mayor of the City of London,

Rachel Reeves Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, United Kingdom

Richard Moore Chief, Secret Intelligence Service (MI6), United Kingdom

Tony Blair
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1997-2007);
Founder, Tony Blair Institute for Global Change

Katherine Tai United States Trade Representative USA
Martin J. Walsh Secretary of Labor of the United States USA
Samantha Power Administrator, US Agency for International Development USA
Avril Haines US Director of National Intelligence USA
Christopher Wray Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, USA
Brian Kemp Governor of the State of Georgia, USA
Christopher A. Coons Senator from Delaware (D), USA

Darrell Issa Congressman from California (R), 48th District, USA
Gregory W. Meeks Congressman from New York (D), 5th District, USA
Gretchen Whitmer Governor of the State of Michigan, USA

J.B. Pritzker Governor of Illinois, USA
James Risch Senator from Idaho (R), USA
Joe Manchin Senator from West Virginia (D), USA

Kyrsten Sinema Senator from Arizona (I), USA

Maria Cantwell Senator from Washington (D), USA
Maria Elvira Salazar Congresswoman from Florida (R), U.S. House of Representatives
Mike Gallagher Congressman from Wisconsin (R), 8th district, United States House of Representatives
Mikie Sherrill Congresswoman from New Jersey (D), USA
Seth Moulton Congressman from Massachusetts (D), 6th District, USA

USA, approximately 200 from all industries and government

Le Minh Khai Deputy Prime Minister of Viet Nam

Brazil 32 delegates

Large numbers from Canada, France and Germany

Hong Kong, India, Indonesia

Red Cross,

Interpol, IEA, IFC,  FAD, ILO, IMF, NATO, OECD, OPEC, UN, WHO,

Ireland, Israel, Italy,

Large group Japan,

Malaysia, Mexico, Norway, Pakistan, China, Philipines, Portugal, Poland

Republic of Korea, large Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain,

Sweden, Swiss Parliament, all business in Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, UAE,

Australian delegates: https://cairnsnews.org/2023/01/15/australian-greenies-mining-companies-universities-and-big-business-to-attend-wef-conference-on-monday/

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