Registration for the 1st BFA Global Economic Development and Security Forum (hereinafter referred to as “GEDS“) has begun. All sectors of society can log on to its official website (https://www.bfa-geds.com) to enter the registration channel before October 8. Four registration channels have been opened, including registration for ” Delegate”, ” Media”, ” Staff ” and ” Driver”. Among them, the registration channel of ” Delegate” is open to all walks of life, and the media needs to obtain a directional invitation before the registration.
According to the regulations, the deadline for the registration of delegates is October 8. After this time, the system will not be able to accept new applications. The fee for delegates to attend the conference is CNY 12,800 per person. Delegates who fail to complete the payment before October 8 will be disqualified from attending the conference.
According to reports, in addition to the registration channel on the official website, the Organizing Committee has also opened a WeChat registration entry. People from all walks of life can follow its “Official WeChat Account” and click the “Register” button in the bottom menu to enter the registration page.
If you have any questions during the registration period, please call the Organizing Committee at + 86-010-8049 5200, + 86-0731-8586 0336, + 86-13755091383.
The 1st GEDS will be held in Changsha, China from October 18 to October 20. This is also the third global thematic forum launched by Boao Forum for Asia, following the Global Health Forum and the International Science, Technology, and Innovation Forum. The original intention and purpose of this Forum are to focus on the dialectical relationship between economic development and security, discuss the risks, hidden dangers and non-traditional security challenges faced by economic development, and create a secure and stable external environment for sustainable development in Asia and the world.
The theme of the 1st GEDS is “Economic Security and Sustainable Development in the Context of Profound Changes”. The three-day conference will include more than 30 sub-forums, round tables, opening sessions, plenary sessions, promotion meetings, luncheons and dinner parties, which will create conditions for guests and delegates to fully explore this topic.
At that time, many prominent guests, heads of international organizations, forum directors, advisory committees and former political leaders, ministerial-level officials from various countries, provincial and municipal leaders and friends from the academia and the press will attend the conference to achieve this feast of thought together.