US President Trump, teen activist Thunberg to address World Economic Forum at Davos as heaps collect in protest

US President Trump, teen activist Thunberg to address World Economic Forum at Davos as heaps collect in protest

Hundreds of protesters calling on international leaders to take swifter motion on local weather exchange will face up to 5,000 army personnel and police from throughout Switzerland as they march to the ski inn of Davos for a planned demonstration.

Greta Thunberg, the 17-year-old Swedish activist, is due to tackle the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) gathering of global business and political leaders, the place U.S. President Trump'>Donald Trump is the headline speaker.

The fiftieth edition of the assembly sees the return of Trump after he pulled out in 2019.

Fighter jets, ground defence systems and additional radar, among other measures, will shield some 3,000 contributors at the meeting, Swiss police officers stated on Monday.

“Various human beings in the world are below high-quality threat, if you can put it that way, and anywhere they appear, they deserve commensurate security measures,” Walter Schlegel, the regional police commander, told a information convention on Monday.

“The U.S. president has a large safety element that have to be deployed,” Schlegel said.

Trump is expected to attend on Tuesday and Wednesday, as hearings get under way in the U.S. Senate, where lawmakers are set to determine whether or not he need to be removed from office.

Activists are set to reach Davos by using hiking trails and through teach after authorities banned foot visitors on a street leading to Davos from the neighbouring village of Klosters.

To start their three-day march on Sunday, some protesters wore koala bear costumes to call attention to Australian bush fires whose negative intensity has been linked by means of scientists to a warming planet.