Robert De Niro to headline Dubai’s World Government Summit on Sunday

For the first time, entertainment celebrities including Robert De Niro, who adopted humanitarian projects, will give their addresses during the three-day World Government Summit, scheduled to start in Dubai on Sunday.

International leaders and celebrities will lead discussions at the World Government Summit, taking place from February 11-13.

Under the rubric ‘Shaping Future Governments’, the summit will feature Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the guest speaker and French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe will give a keynote address. Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), will address a panel discussion titled ‘Economic recovery: A New Opportunity to build a Better World.’

Through 130 global speakers in 120 key addresses and interactive sessions, the sixth edition of the summit seeks to create new models of international cooperation by leveraging new technologies to develop governments. This year sees over 4,000 personalities participating from over 140 countries, who will gather to discuss pressing issues facing humanity today and search for innovative solutions that enable governments to adapt to rapid changes. The summit will also review future developments in various fields including space, Artificial Intelligence, science, technology and medicine to ensure a sustainable future for young generations.