The Morocco pavilion at the “Expo Dubai 2020” world exhibition was officially opened on Saturday evening in the presence of a large ministerial delegation.
The delegation was made up of the Commissioner General of the Morocco Pavilion, the Minister of Economy and Finance Nadia Fettah Alaoui, the Minister of Tourism, Crafts and Social and Solidarity Economy, Fatim-Zahra Ammor and the Minister of Industry and Commerce Ryad Mezzour.
The members of the delegation, also made up of directors of public establishments, officials from the public, private and exhibition sectors, visited the thirteen rooms making up the pavilion, and which highlights the various achievements of Morocco in the economic, scientific, artistic and cultural fields.
Located in the heart of the Opportunity District, near the United Arab Emirates pavilion and not far from Al Wasl Plaza, central monument of the Expo 2020 Dubai site, the Morocco Pavilion is a platform for sharing the Kingdom’s strategic vision for a future more sustainable and a space to present the civilizational heritage of a thousand-year-old nation.
In addition to a diversified artistic, cultural, economic and scientific program, the Morocco Pavilion emphasizes Morocco’s commitment to the future of planet earth, the wealth of a country with its strong skills and the development dynamic in which the country is engaged.