The World Water Summit, to start in Budapest on Tuesday, will attract participants from a record 118 nations, the chief organiser told MTI.

Over 30 ministerial delegations, head of international organisations and multilateral financial institutions and water experts will discuss ways to prevent a global water crisis, István Joó, state secretary at the foreign ministry, said on Monday.

The three-day summit will be accompanied by 16 fringe events, including an exhibition with Hungarian innovations expected to play a key role in preventing the crisis.

The summit will be opened by Hungarian President János Áder.

Source: MTI

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