Prime Minister meets with Bilderberg’s power elite behind closed doors

Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (S) will travel to Portugal’s capital, Lisbon, on Thursday to participate in the annual Bilderberg meeting.

The Prime Minister’s Office writes this in a press release.

A wide circle of state leaders and experts from companies, the financial world, scientific environments and the media are invited.

Also Connie Hedegaard, chairman of the environmental fund KR Foundation, and director Kristian Jensen from the industry organization Green Power Denmark are among the participants.

Only invited guests can participate, and this year there will be 130 participants, according to the Bilderberg organization’s website.

The meetings take place in a closed circle, and no declarations are adopted and no information is sent out about who said what.

The Bilderberg organization was formed in 1954 by, among others, Prince Bernard of the Netherlands, the American banker David Rockefeller and Denis Healy – a British politician who later became finance minister.

The name of the organization comes from the hotel where they held their first meeting in the Netherlands, Hotel De Bilderberg.

The Bilderberg meetings have previously had Danish representation.

Several former prime ministers have thus participated, including Anders Fogh Rasmussen and Helle Thorning-Schmidt.

This year is the 69th time that the meeting in the closed circle will take place.

Among other things on the agenda is the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

A number of other current issues such as green transition and artificial intelligence will also be discussed, according to the organisation’s website.

The meeting takes place in the days from 18 to 21 May.


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