About Forum
It is my pleasure to invite you all to the Europe-China Youth Leaders Forum in Pécs. 
As the mayor of this energetic and international city, I am delighted that this event is happening here, and I believe that the city will be an added value to the forum and the experience of its participants.

Dr.Páva Zsolt, Mayor of Pécs

It is my pleasure to invite you all to the Europe-China Youth Leaders Forum in Pécs. As the mayor of this energetic and international city, I am delighted that this event is happening here, and I believe that the city will be an added value to the forum and the experience of its participants.

The Europe-China Youth Leaders Forum (ECYLF) 2018 is currently organised by the ECYLF Foundation, Municipality of the city of Pécs and University of Pécs. This year, we will gather a number of international youth leaders, politicians, entrepreneurs and scholars from Europe and China to engage in our forum.

Our forum intend to achieve two goals:
  1. Provide a dynamic forum for youth leaders from Europe and China.
  2. Aim at helping to solve the current world problems by continuing the integration of the youth leaders.

The forum is focusing on “the Belt and Road” Initiative promoted by the Chinese and Hungarian governments. It focuses on the youth exchanges, business cooperation and education cooperation between Europe and China, breaks the bottlenecks of different issues, bridges the communication gap between business and politics and listens to various suggestions from youth leaders all over the world.

The ECYLF will attract youth leaders, experts, scholars, entrepreneurs, government officials and representatives of international organisations from Europe and China. Providing an information and development cooperation platform for governments, scientific research institutions and business elites for Europe and China.

The annual report of ECYLF will be submitted to various departments of governments in Europe and China, as well as international organisations, such as the UN, EU, ASEM, WEF, etc.

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