Dubai, SANA- A UAE delegation headed by Khalifa Shaheen Almarar, Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation visited on Sunday the Syrian pavilion at the Expo 2020 Dubai in the framework of international interest in the Syrian participation and the desire to increase trade and industrial cooperation between the two countries.
The Emirati minister, accompanied by the Syrian Ambassador to the UAE, Dr. Ghassan Abbas, and a number of Syrian and Emirati businessmen, toured the pavilion and reviewed its exhibits and contents, which include the first alphabet and wooden panels collected from 1,500 Syrian artists and the “I am the Syrian” exhibition.
He also toured the Trade Partners section, which hosts a group of Syrian companies, and he reviewed the economic and trade opportunities these companies offer for cooperation between the two countries.
“The participation in Expo 2020 Dubai gave us the opportunity to introduce more about the history and civilization of our country and discover the deep-rootedness of the past, in addition to being an opportunity for us and all participants to seek to create a positive impact on the future of humanity,” Ambassador Abbas said.
He highly appreciated the UAE delegation’s visit to the Syrian pavilion.