NEW YORK (AP) — Libya's newly-elected leader will join Egypt's president and the U.N. secretary-general for the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting.
Former President Bill Clinton announced the lineup for the high-powered gathering of more than 50 other current or former heads of state. The meeting starts Sunday.
President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney are expected to speak Tuesday at separate times to about 1,000 members of Clinton's nonpartisan forum, which also includes CEOs, foundation heads and philanthropists.
They'll participate in three days of sessions aimed at solving the world's most pressing problems.
Since Clinton created the initiative in 2005, members have made over 2,000 commitments to improve lives in more than 180 countries — such as empowering women and girls.