The Malta Pavilion in Dubai has almost reached completion for the Dubai Expo 2020 preparing to open its doors for dignitaries, entrepreneurs and tourists from all over the world for a six-month period.
Malta will be among the 192 countries presenting their economic exhibits and industries at the Expo which will be inaugurated on 1st October.
Participating countries will also offer their cultural and historical diversities to promote their tourist assets.
While visiting the pavilion, the Minister for Energy, Enterprises and Sustainable Development, Miriam Dalli, maintained this is a six-month opportunity for the country to display all it offers and thus attracts new opportunities.
Malta’s theme for the Expo is ‘Connecting Cultures, Generating Opportunities’ and reflects the country’s history, culture, way of life and work ethics among other themes. Minister Dali maintained this Expo inspires many people and this creates new opportunities for the future.
This is the third time that Malta has participated in the Dubai Expo.
While in Dubai, Minister Dalli met the Executive Head of the Dubai Authority for Energy and Water, Saeed Mohamed Ahma Al Tayer and they discussed cooperation themes between the two countries.
These included measures to decrease carbon pollution and greater awareness of technology to benefit the two countries.