Expo 2020 Dubai hosted Saudi Arabia’s National Day celebrations, which included air shows and performances of Saudi folk tales.
On Friday, as part of Saudi Arabia’s National Day celebrations at Expo 2020 Dubai, Tolerance and Coexistence Minister Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan welcomed Expo 2020 Dubai Commissioner General and Economy Minister Faisal Al Ibrahim. And Remar Bint Ibrahim Al Hashimi, Director General of the Dubai Office of Planning and Expo 2020 in Saudi Arabia;
The reception was attended by the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Nahyan bin Saif bin Mohammed Al Nahyan, the Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Turkey Al Dagil and the Executive Director of the Office of the Commissioner General at the Expo Najib Al Ali. 2020 Dubai, and several officials from both countries.
The official ceremony began with the hoisting of the flags of the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, and the national anthems of the two countries were played in Al Wazal Square, according to a copy of the Al-Ain News report. in it.
Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan said: “Since the beginning of the international event, Saudi Arabia’s Pavilion has become the second largest pavilion to participate in Expo 2020. It is also one of the most important pavilions for visitors. International event attendance.”
He continued, “The pavilion building, with its sophisticated and sky-high design, embodies the Kingdom’s path to future growth in line with Vision 2030, which is a model for the region.”
He added, “Its many pillars represent the pillars on which the state relies, such as diversifying the economy, empowering the private sector and promoting international cooperation.
He explained, “The participation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Expo 2020 reflects how our culture encompasses our identity and how we, the people of this unique part of the world, share a long history, family relationships and partnership structures. Action with the Arab and Islamic worlds.”
The Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Turkey Al-Dakil said: “We are gathering today to celebrate the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its civilizations on the soil of the United Arab Emirates, Expo 2020 Dubai. Saudi Day expresses our pride in our ancient history, the reality of our development process and our continued growth. And much of this can be seen in the Saudi Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, the world of our ambitious vision, our rich culture, our true open identity, humanity and the prosperity of our tireless working lives, and the spread of stability and human dignity.
He added: “We are pleased to host approximately two million and five hundred thousand visitors, through the real wealth of our country, namely the Saudi women who work in the pavilion of Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom, or the diversity of the Saudi pavilion. .We are with you and all those who want to create a future for mankind.
The celebration included air shows, fireworks, cultural performances derived from cultural diversity and Saudi folk performances, as well as a military cultural parade for bands, art concerts and military bands, with over 100 players and Saudi volunteers. The wings have been shown solely to give a sense of proportion.
Designed by Boris Micah Associates, the Spanish engineering office, the Saudi Pavilion has an innovative and sustainable design and is platinum leader in energy and environmental design certification as it relies entirely on renewable energy and zero carbon impacts.
The pavilion, through its various projects and activities, reflects the clear picture of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which is a plant of nature, people, heritage and investment opportunities, as well as energy and sustainability. A wonderful presence of traditional Saudi handicrafts, folk performances and popular dishes representing different parts of the kingdom.
Expo 2020 National Days and Days of Honor in Dubai are special times to celebrate more than 200 international participants and showcase their culture, their achievements and their pavilions and performances. Each of these National and Honorary Days features a flag-raising ceremony on the Nations platform in Al Wasl Square, followed by speeches and cultural events.
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