He visited the pavilions of India and Pakistan at the "International Exhibition"
Mohammed bin Rashid: "Expo 2020 Dubai" is a model platform to celebrate creativity and discover new partnerships
Mohammed bin Rashid while touring the India and Pakistan pavilions at Expo 2020 Dubai.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, stressed that "Expo 2020 Dubai" is an exemplary platform for celebrating creativity and innovation and discovering new partnerships through which to build and create more opportunities for development and advancement for the peoples of the region and the world, noting His Highness With the very diverse knowledge, cultural and technical content that the exhibition includes among its flanks, through the pavilions of the 192 countries participating in the exhibition, which enhances its value and confirms its contribution to finding solutions and ideas that move the world to a new stage filled with hope for a better future for all.
This came during his visit, accompanied by His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, to the pavilions of the two friendly countries of India and Pakistan at Expo 2020 Dubai.
During a visit to the Republic of India's pavilion in the "Opportunities" area, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum was briefed on what India offers in a mixture that reflects its ancient civilization, its great aspirations towards the future and the rapid growth of its economy, which is estimated at $2.5 trillion.
During the visit, His Highness watched the pavilion's display of the customs and traditions of the people of India, who number more than 1.3 billion people, with a unique social fabric consisting of more than 700 tribes and communities, as well as India's great contributions in the field of advanced technology and space exploration programs.
The four-storey pavilion focuses on five core themes: talent, commerce, tradition, tourism and technology.
The pavilion provides a comprehensive presentation of India's great balance in the fields of culture, arts and creativity, as well as the distinction of its natural environment, in addition to reviewing the features of the great development of India's economy and the various investment opportunities it offers, especially in the technology sector in which India has achieved remarkable progress at the global level. .
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum also visited the pavilion of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, also located in the "Opportunities" area, where he was briefed on what the pavilion offers under the slogan "Hidden Treasure", as it displays one of the oldest civilizations, in addition to highlighting the natural environment and features The unique geography of Pakistan, which includes the 10 highest mountains in the world, and promotes its economic opportunities and investment attractiveness.
During the visit, His Highness listened to an explanation about the areas that the pavilion is exposed to, including sustainable development, technology, sports, culture, arts and heritage. As part of a journey that takes visitors between Pakistan's past, present and future, and celebrates its industries and natural resources.
The Pakistan Pavilion, which is Pakistan's largest overseas presence beyond its borders, focuses on discovering and promoting the tourism and investment sectors through a series of screens displaying interactive videos designed to inspire the visitor to witness a digital experience of Pakistan from ancient civilization to modern times.
Deputy Head of State:
Deputy Head of State:
• "(Expo 2020 Dubai) includes a wide variety of knowledge, cultural and technical content, through the pavilions of the 192 participating countries."
• «The exhibition confirms its contribution to finding solutions and ideas that will move the world to a new stage filled with hope for a better future for all».
The biggest in history
The biggest in history
The "Expo 2020 Dubai" exhibition, which was launched on the first of last October, is considered the largest in the history of the International Expo, whose first sessions date back to 1851, in terms of the number of participating countries. It has the opportunity for all countries to set up an independent pavilion for each of them in the exhibition, which will continue until March 31, 2022.
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