As the time quickly approaches for the day we’ve been waiting for, Expo 2020 is getting ready to welcome the world on 1 October 2021 as a hub for creativity, innovation and a step towards a sustainable future towards tomorrow.
Her Excellency Reem Al Hashimy, UAE Minister of State for International Cooperation, Director General of Expo 2020 Dubai Bureau, said: “Our leadership has spared no effort, guided us, and provided all resources to ensure that our World Expo will be a true expression of the UAE’s values, reflecting its ambition to build a better future for us, the region and the world – a future of which coming generations will be proud.
With over 210 million work hours completed to date, the construction of Country Pavilions is on track to conclude by the end of the year.
The ground will showcase solutions from various businesses, educational institutions and governments for worldwide challenges varying across all the sectors that include sustainability, agriculture, health and energy along with new ideas on health, connectivity and travel will be shared to help people reconnect during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In honour of Saudi Arabia’s National Day, Dubai Expo 2020 also celebrated the Kingdom’s pavilion which measures more than 13,000 square meters, located in the Opportunity District. The theme is theme ‘The sky is the limit’ and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Pavilion resembles a huge window opening up from the ground and soaring into the sky.
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