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Classic tribute

Reem Al Hashimy, Minister of State and Managing Director for Expo 2020 Dubai.

The Expo Monument to pay tribute to 200,000 workers shows the love and care of the visionary leadership of the United Arab Emirates, recognising the labourers’ day and night hard work and commitment that made it possible to bring the whole world to the most glittering destination (“Expo Monument pays tribute to 200,000 workforce,” Oct.2, Gulf Today).

Reem Al Hashemy, UAE Minister of State for International Cooperation and Director General, Expo 2020 Dubai, has unveiled the Expo 2020 workers’ Monument and paid tribute to the workforce responsible for building the first World Expo held in the Arab world. She unveiled the striking and emotive structure, which is an expression of the incredible achievement and spirit of more than 200,000 workers from around the world.

Praising the contribution, dedication and achievement of Expo’s workforce, Reem Al Hashemy said, “We wanted to honour the incredible work of more than 200,000 workers and their contribution to Expo 2020 Dubai. Each and every one deserves to be known, with our sincere thanks and praise, for their tremendous efforts.”

Paying tribute to Expo 2020 Dubai in the shape of a monument means a lot for the more than 200,000 workforce from around the world. The historical tribute to the Expo 2020 Dubai workforce who fulfilled their task in a given time frame is a morale-booster for people who believe in hard work.

Ghulam Rasool — By email

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