In honour of the 90th Saudi National Day on Wednesday, 23 September, Expo 2020 celebrated the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s valuable contribution to the first World Expo in the region.
Mohamed Al Ansaari, Vice President, Communications, Expo 2020 Dubai, said, "As Saudi Arabia commemorates its 90th National Day on 23rd September, it is very exciting to note the Kingdom’s significant contributions to Expo 2020, which starts in October next year.”
“Its Country Pavilion, resembling a huge window opening up from the ground and soaring into the sky, will offer a peek into how the kingdom is shaping both its own and the world’s future. It will take visitors on an immersive journey that also demonstrates Saudi Arabia’s welcoming character and rich culture.”
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s pavilion will be the second largest at Expo 2020 Dubai, after the UAE pavilion, and will follow the theme: ‘The Sky is the Limit’.
The pavilion’s exhibition will highlight the Kingdom’s openness to businesses and tourists, and a desire to build links and collaborate with other nations to create a better world for everyone, reported Emirates News Agency (WAM).
Saudi nationals make up a vital component of the workforce at Expo 2020, employed across the Expo organisation in a variety of departments, including Communications, IFT, International Participants, the Expo School Programme and the Director General’s Office.