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Pakistan pavilion’s theme and logo unveiled for Expo 2020 Dubai


Top officials unveil Pakistan Pavilion and its logo for Expo 2020 Dubai in Karachi on Sunday.

Jamil Khan, Senior Reporter

The curtain raiser event for Pakistan Pavilion in Expo 2020 Dubai was held in Karachi and was attended by Federal Information Minister Fawad Chaudhary Hussain, Adviser to the Prime Minister for Commerce & Investment Abdul Razak Dawood, Trade Development Authority of Pakistan CEO Arif Ahmed Khan, Trustees from Patrons of Expo 2020, and the Advisory Committee.

The Pakistan Pavilion and its logo for Expo 2020 Dubai were unveiled to media. Under its theme “The Hidden Treasure”, with an attractive & inviting façade and an immersive walk through experience inside, it aims to showcase Pakistan’s vast opportunities in tourism and commerce & investment to the expected 25 million global audiences.  

The Expo 2020 will be held in Dubai, UAE from  Oct.1 2021 to  March 31, 2022 and has a theme of “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future.”

Hosting the first World Expo in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia region presents an endless opportunity to inspire, empower and drive lasting positive environmental, social and economic change on a global scale. A total participation of 192 countries will be seen in the event and each one of them will represent their strongest potential to the world.

Razak Dawood also spoke and informed us that our Pavilion will attract investors and tourists to Pakistan. Pakistan will present itself as a "land of opportunities" for commerce and investment.

Also inside is a Pakistani cuisine restaurant by the name of "The Dhabba" and a souvenir shop. Depicting the impeccable crafts and providing a taste of the sumptuous cuisine from all parts of Pakistan.

Through the six months of Expo 2020 Dubai, there will be many cultural events and business seminars held in multi-purpose halls of the pavilion.

Many interesting details about the inner journey of the Pakistan pavilion were shared and it was explained that it will be divided into eight key spaces where visitors will experience Pakistan’s best-kept hidden treasures.

Visitors will be taken on a voyage through time, from the world’s first recorded civilisations to the fast-paced millennium of today which include virtual experiences of our breathtaking landscapes, cultural and religious diversity, rich artisan traditions, and strong economic potentials presented in the world of today. Pakistan will present itself as a “land of opportunities” for commerce and investment.

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