Greek Foreign Minister Dimitris Droutsas will participate here on Wednesday in the World Economic Forum for Europe and Central Asia.
 The forum's two-day sessions (on June 8-9) are expected to be attended by 13 heads of state and government, and a total of 500 representatives of politics and the economy from dozens of countries from these two geographical regions.

At the World Economic Forum, Droutsas, who will be participating earlier in the meeting of EU-Asia foreign ministers in Budapest in the framework of the Hungarian presidency at the EU in the first half of 2011, will be intervening in the discussion "A vision for a sustainable future."

The Greek Foreign minister will also be holding talks with his Austrian counterpart and vice chancellor Michael Spindelegger and will be attending the official dinner that will be hosted for the heads of delegations by the Federal President of Austria Heinz Fischer, and he will then be going to Abu Dhabi to participate in the meeting of the Contact Group for Libya.