The organizers of the Delphi Forum, one of Greece’s foremost economic conferences, issued a statement on Tuesday informing the public about the new dates for their rescheduled 2020 event.
The coronavirus outbreak caused the postponement of the fifth Delphi Economic Forum, which had been scheduled to take place in March.
The Delphi Economic Forum V will now be held from Thursday, June 11 through Sunday, June 14, 2020.
”We are actively and continuously monitoring the Covid-19 outbreak, and our final decision to organize the Forum will be based on the recommendations and/or instructions of the relevant National Authorities and the World Health Organization (WHO),” the event’s organizers noted.
”Our top priority remains the health and safety of our speakers, attendees, employees and citizens of the region in which we operate,” they said in a statement announcing the rescheduled conference.
The organizers concluded by telling those interested in the event that ”We are grateful for all your support and constructive input during this challenging period, and we look forward to discussing with you in the coming days about the Delphi Economic Forum in June.”