Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived at the Palais des Nations, UN Geneva Headquarters on Tuesday, to join the Centenary International Labour Conference.
The three leaders delivered their speeches in front of the participants of the conference, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the International Labor Organisation [ILO]. Later in the evening the UK Prime Minister Theresa May, who not long ago stepped down as leader of the governing Conservative Party, is also expected to address the high level session.
The 108th Session of the International Labor Conference opened on Monday in Geneva. The conference will last until June 21, with nearly 45 heads of state and government, more than 5,000 trade union representatives and entrepreneurs from 187 countries taking part in it.