Egypt's President Abdel Fattah is addressing the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa region on Friday, the presidency announced in a statement.
The summit is held in Jordan from Thursday to Saturday under the banner of "Creating a Regional Framework for Prosperity and Peace through Public-Private Cooperation."
Sisi will deliver a speech in a session for the forum titled "Egypt in a Transforming Region," alongside the forum's founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab.
The session will discuss the importance of facing the challenges in the Arab region through tight cooperation between the governments, the private sector and the civil society, a presidential statement read. It will also address the role of youth and the importance of eliminating poverty.
The president will also attend a number of other general sessions in the summit, including the one titled "Creating a Regional Framework for Prosperity and Peace."
During the summit, Sisi is scheduled to hold bilateral meetings with Jordanian King Abdullah II, Palestinian Authority President Mamdouh Abbas and Iraqi Vice President Iyad Allawi.
Sisi will invite the attendants to the coming summit, due to be held in Egypt's resort city of Sharm El-Sheikh in May next year.