The first-ever Germany trade show, which took place in the country’s capital on Friday, will also feature a special focus on food.
German Prime Minister Sebastian Kurz and his team will be hosting the show, while also welcoming the first ever German president to Germany.
The two-day event kicks off on Saturday, March 1, with the trade show’s opening ceremony on Sunday.
Kurz, who is currently holding the post of Germany’s economy minister, will address the audience of around 10,000 in the center of Berlin.
The event will be broadcast live on the countrys state broadcaster, ARD.
Kuratov will also take the stage to talk about Germany’s food industry, with Kurz also expected to discuss his countrys food and agriculture policies.
Kurgov will take the podium from German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the event, which is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. local time (1700 GMT) and wrap up at 4:30 p.m., local time.
Germany is the first country in Europe to allow farmers to sell their produce online.
Kurbas speech at the trade event will include a wide-ranging discussion on food, technology, and agriculture.
The trade show will also focus on how Germany is preparing to be the first European country to join the EU, which will become the EU’s largest economy by 2020.
Merkel, who was recently elected leader of the Christian Democrats (CDU), is expected to unveil the EU-wide economic plan on March 7.