The EU delegation for the Youth 20 Summit will be led by a Slovak

Miriam Prívarová is the first Slovak to lead the summit, which officially accompanies the meeting of G20 leaders.

Miriam PrívarováMiriam Prívarová (Source: Archive of M.P.)

Miriam Prívarová, 23, will be the first Slovak to lead the European Union delegation at the Youth 20 summit, one of the official accompanying summits of the meeting of G20 leaders.

The youth summit will take place in Saudi Arabia on October 12-18, similar to the main summit of G20 leaders. Miriam Prívarová will lead a three-member delegation of the EU.

“I am honoured to represent the EU at the Youth 20 Summit,” Prívarová told The Slovak Spectator.

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The Youth 20, she continues, is one of few official, global youth platforms that can directly influence heads of state and as a result has the potential to impact 80 percent of the world's economic output, two-thirds of the global population and three-quarters of international trade.

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