The Republic of Malawi celebrated its National Day Expo 2020 in Dubai yesterday Saturday, with special performances including traditional song and drumming in Al Wasl Square.
The Malawian delegation was chaired by Dr. Soulas Silima, Vice President of the Republic of Malawi, and welcomed by Sheikh Nahyan Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence and Commissioner General of Dubai Expo 2020.
Dr. Silima thanked the United Arab Emirates for organizing this wonderful and useful event, the impact of which will be felt by millions around the world, including Malawi.
Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak said: “The United Arab Emirates and Malawi are developing diplomatic and economic ties, especially as the United Arab Emirates is one of Malawi’s largest import partners. As our country is one of the fastest growing countries in the world, we are confident about our ability to integrate opportunities to collaborate with Malawi, especially as a platform aimed at accelerating progress in areas of mutual interest, particularly education, investment, information and communication technology and innovation, and more. “We hope we can use our presence on earth together.”
He added: “The pavilion was designed by an exceptional group of students from the University of Malawi, which reflects the motto” Malawi: Your preferred destination for work and leisure. ” While, the audience generally enjoys the warm hospitality and warm welcome of the African people, while expressing the potential of the young people in Malawi expresses a strong desire to establish a dialogue centered on their content.
“I would like to assure everyone that Malawi is ready to work in the business sector and welcome investors and visitors to enjoy our vibrant culture and beautiful lake and wildlife,” said Dr. Silas Silima. Expo Media Center. We are the warm heart of Africa.
“Malawi is a land of undiscovered opportunities,” he added. Malawi is proud of its beautiful landscape, abundant natural resources, hard-working and trained staff, peaceful and welcoming environment and fair justice system. There are many investment opportunities in many sectors, especially processing and marketing of agricultural crops, tourism projects, energy, mining and manufacturing.
Malawi, at the “Expo”, participates with a unique pavilion in the Opportunity District, offering its rich culture and business opportunities, as well as being a tourist hub. Visitors can explore a range of innovations that will change the lives of locals and try real local products. Interactive views and large screens allow visitors to travel through the spectacular landscapes of Malawi. (Left)
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