Prime Minister of Ukraine Victor Yanukovych has left for Switzerland to take part in the fourth World Economic Forum, which is taking place in Davos.

According to the press-service of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, Victor Yanukovych will speak at a plenary session of the World Economic Forum “Power Generating 2007: New Era of Oil Policy”, and will take part in interactive conference “Where does Ukraine go?”

The Prime Minister will also hold numerous bilateral meetings, in particular, with Azerbaijani President Ilkham Aliyev, Egyptian Prime Minister Akhmed Nazif, WTO director general Pascal Lami, EBRD President Jean Lemierre, Russian Top Deputy Prime Minister Dmitriy Medvedev, and others.

Victor Yanukovych’s delegation includes Fuel-Energy Minister Yuri Boyko, Economics Minister Volodymyr Makukha, Cabinet of Ministers machinery chief Serhiy Levochkin, Prime Minister’s advisor Andriy Honcharuk.