The 18th edition of the Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition, which will be held for seven days for the first time in its history, will be held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition from tomorrow until the 3rd of October, organized by the Emirates Balkaners Club.
Majid Ali Al-Mansouri, General Secretary of the Emirates Balkaners Club and Chairman of the Exhibition Organizing Committee of the Exhibition, said, “The exhibition period has been extended by one week due to public attendance. To cater to the growing aspirations of hunting and equestrian enthusiasts, the event doubled the number of visitors from 2003 to 2019 and reached more than 1.6 million visitors.
In its last sessions, the exhibition saw tremendous growth and gained a prominent place at the local, Arab and international levels as the number of participants increased by about 17 times and its area by nine times. The number of participating countries for 44 countries this year is represented by more than 680 organizations. Also a trademark.
The exhibition has been a great success over the past years, connecting exhibitors and customers at all levels, especially in the region, as well as highlighting the UAE’s efforts in the field of environment, species conservation, heritage conservation and promotion. And the launch of many world-famous endeavors and events that have been successfully demonstrated in past studies.
Al-Mansouri added, “Creating the Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition is more important than ever, while launching the 50th new process of design and planning. A year ahead of generations and history.”
He stressed that the message of the exhibition reflects the guidance of the head of state Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed Al Nahyan and the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander Sheikh Mohammed bin Saeed Al Nahyan. Following in the footsteps of the Armed Forces and his superior Sheikh Hamdan bin Saeed Al Nahyan, the exhibition strengthens its efforts to achieve this through long-term plans and strategies to achieve a sustainable and pioneering future worldwide, preserving sustainability and heritage in a sense of innovation.
He continued, “The Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition continues to look forward to developing its plans and projects in line with the UAE’s strategy, giving productivity, tolerance, pride and homeland and brilliant leadership in all fields of success and creativity over the next 50 years.”
The Emirates Falconers Club has adopted a strategic plan to create the largest exhibition in the coming years in the Middle East and Africa, gradually doubling the size of the event in terms of space and achieving a quality leap in numbers. Maintaining local and international exhibitions, participating countries and visitors, and the status of the exhibition and international leadership as an event
The content of the event in the exhibition’s comprehensive expansion plan includes an innovative view of innovative services, technologies, activities and events, as well as an interest in implementing its role in the preservation of national heritage and sustainable fishing.
From this position, the Emirates Falconers Club, the organizer of the International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition, seeks to actively contribute to the grand national action strategy with an ambitious vision for the future and to safeguard the establishment’s achievements. Fathers.
He said, “The United Arab Emirates, in its fiftieth year, has made remarkable achievements in various fields over the past decades, and has been able to take the first place in terms of government regulation and economic competitiveness and its quality at the regional and regional levels. Achieved it through tireless and honest efforts, which worked to paint the country’s brightest civilized image on a global scale.
The theme of the next session’s event, “Sustainability and Heritage … Renewed Spirit”, is a reflection of Abu Dhabi and the world’s efforts to improve the sustainability of the environment, hunting, traditional sports and related businesses. Also, formulate a comprehensive strategy for the development of the event and create more events and activities to build on the successes of past sessions in a creatively updated sense.
The richness and breadth of the exhibition is evident in 11 different categories including arts and crafts, equestrian, balcony, hunting and safari trips, hunting and camping equipment, hunting weapons, projects for the promotion and preservation of cultural heritage, outdoor recreational vehicles and equipment. , Livestock Goods and Services, and Fishing, Marine Sports and Specialized Media.
The Abu Dhabi Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition has become a popular family event, providing an opportunity for all family members to learn the true Emirati tradition of interest and relevance, and a forum for conservationists, hunting enthusiasts, and poets. Artists, photographers of nature and heritage in all its aspects. The exhibition provides visitors with the opportunity to learn about the culture of the UAE and its true heritage through the diverse and innovative activities offered to them. Practice eco-friendly games regularly.
Majeed Al-Mansouri: “The exhibition period was extended to a full week, coming on the basis of wide public attendance and the desire of visitors and exhibitors.”
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