Before, the Swiss president, Guy Parmelin, welcomed the leaders, wished them good luck with the negotiations and highlighted the possibility to contribute to the dialogue for the sake of both countries and the world, he stated.
Henceforth, closed doors debates are to be expected at the library of the village, for about five hours, first with a reduced format where, together with the leaders, only the heads of the diplomacy of both countries and the translators shall participate.
The meeting shall continue in a broader format that will include five representatives of each country to discuss about the different regional conflicts announced in the meeting schedule.
During the summit, it is to be expected an important discussion of key issues of bilateral cooperation in the political, economic, technical and scientific, environmental and humanitarian fields, among others. Special attention shall be paid to issues of strategic stability and information security.
An exchange of points of view on current affairs of the regional and international agenda shall also take place, including the situation in the Middle East, Syria, Libya, the iranian nuclear program, the afghan conflict, the situation in the Korean peninsula and the possible cooperation in the Arctic.