The International Exhibitions Bureau and international participants hailed the exceptional achievement of “Expo 2020 Dubai”, noting the number of visits, the number of special events and the success in bringing countries together at the last meeting of the exhibition. The world is in one place, especially at this point, and the world needs more international cooperation than ever before.
“Expo 2020 Dubai provided a wonderful platform for spreading positive meanings and a beacon for spreading hope at a time when the world urgently needs hope,” said Dmitry Gerkens, Secretary-General of the Bureau for International Exhibitions. There is no doubt that we will miss this international event, but we hope that its legacy will leave a comprehensive and meaningful impact and support positive action efforts around the world that will continue beyond its conclusion for a long time to come. This is March 31st. “
The Expo 2020 Dubai Steering Committee, comprising a panel of General Commissioners, praised the strength of communication and highlighted the challenges posed by the “Corona” epidemic and the “Expo events”. Events associated with multiple initiatives. International and influential conferences are held especially in Dubai and the UAE in general.
“Expo Dubai has succeeded in achieving excellent attendance and communication rates, thanks to the distinguished speakers and participants who impressed us,” said Juan Pablo Gavalier, Commissioner General of the Republic of Colombia. It gave us the opportunity to get to know previously unknown countries. We were also able to build new and strong relationships between us, and we benefited from a wealth of rich and exciting opportunities to conclude deals that went beyond trade boundaries to wide-ranging discussions on policies related to sustainable development goals.
The team members unanimously agreed that the exhibition contributed to giving new impetus to collaborative work, with the aim of creating a cleaner, safer and healthier world.
Clayton Kimpton, New Zealand’s Commissioner General at Expo Dubai, said: “We all agree that the world faces many great challenges. We are once again preparing ourselves to meet these challenges and find solutions. Leading experts in New Zealand can work with others from around the world to find innovative solutions.
He added, “The expo is being held in the Arab region for the first time in its history, and it is the most comprehensive global gathering, because it brings the nations of the world together in one place, at that point around a goal. The world must unite more than ever.”
During the meeting, the steering committee praised the series of themed weeks organized by “Expo” within the “Man and Planet Earth” program, which concludes with “Water Week” (March 20-26), which is an essential part of this. Program. The panel discussed plans for the BIE Honors Day scheduled for March 30 and the closing ceremony of Expo 2020 Dubai. The group will meet again on the second of April following the curtain falling on the activities of the international event.
It is noteworthy that the meeting of the Steering Committee representing 192 participating countries was held in the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs for International Cooperation and the Director General of “Expo 2020 Dubai” Reem Al Hashimi and Dmitry Gerkents. Manuel Salcelli, Chairman of the Committee and Commissioner General of Switzerland at “Expo Dubai”. .
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