He renewed his welcome with the participation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

"Expo 2020 Dubai" ... celebrates the Saudi National Day

The pavilion will show the hospitable Saudi personality and its history-wide culture.

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Expo 2020 Dubai renewed its welcome to the participation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the first edition of the International Expo to be held in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia, and the largest event ever organized on Arab land, which will open its doors from October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022. This coincided with With the Kingdom's celebrations on the occasion of the Saudi National Day No. 90, which fell yesterday, September 23.

"As the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia celebrates its 90th National Day, we take this good opportunity to celebrate the Kingdom's great contributions to (Expo 2020 Dubai), which starts in October of next year," said Expo 2020 Dubai spokesperson and vice president of communication, Mohammed Issa Al-Ansari.

He added, “The Kingdom’s pavilion, which takes the form of a window that opens from the ground and rises to the sky, will be a platform to review the Kingdom’s efforts aimed at shaping the features of its future and the future of the world.

The pavilion will take the visitors on an immersive journey, which will also highlight the Saudi character, which is characterized by hospitality and cultural richness.

Al-Ansari indicated that the upcoming World Expo will be an ideal forum for the Kingdom to showcase its legacy and the creativity of its youth to an international audience.

With the participation of more than 190 countries, Expo 2020 will also be an opportunity to bring together the peoples of the world in a spirit of hope and optimism.

The Kingdom will play an important role in innovation and cooperation with the world to participate in shaping the features of a better future for all.

Under the slogan "Ambition Without Borders", the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai comes in the form of a giant window that opens from the ground and rises to the sky.

It will provide visitors with an immersive journey and a glimpse into the bright future of the Kingdom.

It will also show the Saudi hospitable personality and its deep-rooted culture.

With an area of ​​13,000 square meters, or more than the area of ​​two football stadiums, the Saudi Arabia pavilion will be the second largest in Expo 2020 Dubai after the UAE pavilion, and its location will be in the opportunity area.

The contents of the pavilion will highlight the Kingdom's openness to business and tourism, and its willingness to cooperate with other countries to create a better future for all.

Saudi citizens represent an essential component of the Expo 2020 workforce, as they are distributed in various Expo sectors and departments, including communication, innovation, technology for the future, international participants, the Expo School Program and the Office of the Director General.

The Saudi Arabia Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai will launch its volunteer campaign in October 2020, in partnership with the Emirates Foundation.

The initiative aims to attract about 1,000 Saudi citizens to participate in the pavilion throughout the period of the World Expo from October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022.

In the same context, the Innovation Impact Grant Program (Expo Live) was launched at Expo 2020 Dubai in 2016 with the aim of supporting projects that provide innovative and creative solutions, create a social impact on people's lives and help societies around the world to build a better future.

Since the launch of the program, its scope has expanded from 29 global innovators from 22 countries to provide 140 grants in 76 countries, with values ​​amounting to 367 thousand dirhams (374,745 thousand Saudi riyals) per project, in addition to expert advice and the opportunity to share ideas with audiences from around the world.

To date, the program has supported more than 20 social entrepreneurs from Arab countries.

Among this is the Labeeh Mental Health App in the Kingdom, which mainly focuses on protecting the patient’s identity by providing voice calls and messages within the application without revealing the owner, thus helping the patient to save money and facilitate his access to professional consultations from anywhere at any time.

There is also a "Yommo" platform that aims to improve the quality of services provided to individuals with special needs.

By using software-as-a-service solutions, physicians can design, monitor, and store special treatment plans, and deal more effectively when developing treatment plans and help improve the level of recovery and educational services for people of determination in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Saudi citizens are an essential component of the Expo workforce, and are distributed in various sectors and departments.

Expo Live supports projects that provide innovative solutions that make a social impact on people's lives and help societies around the world.

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