Minister Farrugia Portelli appeals to public to watch Fireworks Festival from home

As a result of this extraordinary time which has changed our lives overnight, the Tourism Minister, Julia Farrugia Portelli has appealed to the public to follow the final night of the Fireworks Festival from home.

Minister Portelli said that on the advice given by pyrotechnic experts, the fireworks will still be let off, otherwise it will be too dangerous if the fireworks are relocated and dismantled.

The Tourism Minister added that because of these circumstances, the annual. event on land usually held near the. former fish market in Valletta will be cancelled to avoid the crowds who come each year to enjoy the spectacle.

This show, which was meant to be held in Valletta this evening, will be shown on TVM, tvm.com.mt and Television Malta’s Facebook page.

Il-final tal-Fireworks Festival li kellu jsir illejla fil-Belt se jixxandar biss fuq TVM. Fuq pariri ta' esperti…

Gepostet von Julia Farrugia Portelli am Donnerstag, 6. August 2020

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