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India to host yoga training sessions at World Economic Forum in Davos

July 20 2018, 06:50 | Perry Erickson

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Russian Federation will focus on the technology agenda within the framework of the World Economic Forum in Davos this year and participation in a number of new technology development project will be announced at the event, Minister of Economic Development Maxim Oreshkin told reporters on Friday.

The President's move casted further doubt on the strength of the vaunted trans-Atlantic "special relationship".

Downing Street also confirmed the visit, saying the "bilateral meeting" would happen "in the margins" of the summit.

The joint announcement from Downing Street and the White House was made after reports emerged suggesting Mr Trump would snub Mrs May at the event.

It was earlier reported that the U.S. president had not scheduled any time in his itinerary to meet with the British PM following recent tensions between the two leaders.

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The annual Davos meeting from January 23-26 brings together the world's political and business leaders for discussions of key global issues.

Trump last week canceled a planned trip to London to celebrate the opening of the new US embassy, complaining about its cost and location.

However, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan - who has clashed with the president in the past - said Trump had "got the message" that many Londoners were staunchly opposed to his policies and actions.

Anger towards the United States president escalated further following reports of allegedly racist language used by the President in the Oval office during a briefing about immigration.

Protesters demonstrating against the World Economic Forum and US President Donald Trump in Bern, Switzerland, on January 13. A visit was expected to attract mass protests.

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