August 13, 2022

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Kuwait celebrates its National Day Expo 2020 in Dubai

Kuwait celebrates its National Day Expo 2020 in Dubai

The State of Kuwait celebrated its National Day yesterday at Expo 2020 in Dubai, in the presence of the Hon’ble Minister of Information and Culture of Kuwait, Hamad Ahmed Ruh El Din. Minister of State His Excellency Khalifa Shaheen Al Marar welcomed the Kuwaiti guests and their accompanying delegation to the Expo 2020 Dubai site. To create a long-term vision for its future, it is embedded through the pavilion. Observers on the importance of linking the energy and nature of the State of Kuwait and its government to sustainability in line with Kuwait Vision 2035.

The cooperation between our two countries sees continuous growth in various fields, the United Arab Emirates is still working with its sister Kuwait through various partnerships in areas of common interest, and for a prosperous future that will unite us.
For his part, His Excellency Hamad Ahmed Ruh El Tin said: “It is a blessing and a global privilege to select the Emirate of Dubai to host Expo 2020 Dubai for the first time in the Middle East, Africa and the Middle East region to manage this global event. There is confidence in the ability of the United Arab Emirates to manage global events. Despite the challenges posed by the spread of the Govt-19 epidemic, which has left a global economic, social and health crisis, it remains a major achievement. In addition to the achievements of the UAE in all fields. The Pavilion at the Kuwait State Expo 2020 Dubai, located in the Stainability District, reflects the fashion and development face of the country, with the motto “New Kuwait .. New Opportunities for Sustainability” to allow visitors to see Kuwait’s history, full of achievements, overcoming two million barriers, and its current urban development and development. See also Renaissance and Vision, Future 2035.
The Kuwait National Television Group presented an art and song program inspired by the traditional arts of the State of Kuwait and the Gulf region. The show reflected paintings from local folk traditions, and Emirati opera singer Amani al-Haji sang a song in several languages, including English and French, along with some popular local songs to the rhythms of traditional tambourine. The Kuwait Pavilion is located in the Sustainability Zone, in which the State reaffirms its commitment to sustainable development to safeguard its economy, environment, cities and peoples and a secure and prosperous future for its energy.

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