Morocco’s participation in the International Exhibition “Expo Dubai 2020” is an opportunity to reaffirm the Kingdom’s commitment to take up the challenges of sustainable development, stressed the Minister of Tourism, Handicraft, Air Transport and Social Economy, Nadia Fettah Alaoui, general delegate of the Moroccan pavilion at this major event.
“Expo Dubai 2020”, which opened Friday, is a platform to highlight the business and investment opportunities offered by the Kingdom, she noted, noting that this is likely to attract the largest number of investments.
This global event welcomes more than 190 countries, who have come “to think about the world of tomorrow”.
Several million visitors are expected to attend the exhibition, which was postponed last year due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to the organizers, all preventive measures have been taken to avoid the spread of the Covid-19, including the wearing of masks and the respect of social distancing.
Morocco is taking part in this exhibition under the banner “Legacies for the future, from inspiring origins to sustainable progress”. The participation of the Kingdom is an invitation to visitors to (re)discover the country, its history, its identity, its talents, but also its tangible achievements in various fields.
Located in the heart of the Opportunity District, near the United Arab Emirates pavilion and not far from Al Wasl Plaza, the central monument of the Expo Dubai 2020 site, the Morocco Pavilion will offer, in addition to a permanent exhibition, a varied, rich and inspiring artistic, cultural, economic and scientific program.
Through three main themes, the Morocco Pavilion will show the world the Kingdom’s commitment to the future of the planet, the wealth of a country with a wealth of talent, both here and abroad, as well as the dynamic of progress in which Morocco is involved.