Pakistan Pavilion received 55,000 visitors in opening week of Dubai Expo-2020: Abdul Razak Dawood


ISLAMABAD: Adviser to the PM on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood on Thursday said that Pakistan Pavilion received 55,000 visitors in just the opening week of Dubai Expo-2020, making it one of the busiest pavilions of the mega event.

The pavilion’s first look is such a magnificent facade, established by Pakistan’s renowned visual artist Rashid Rana, that 20,000 people visited it over the weekend — Thursday-Friday-Saturday.

The Dubai Expo-2020 will run from October 1 this year to March 31, 2022. It will be an excellent opportunity for Pakistan to connect around the world. During this period, 25 million people from 192 countries will visit the Expo.

“The response we received was overwhelming and the number of visitors we had in the first week was beyond our expectations,” Mr Dawood said in an official announcement.

The adviser thanked all visitors coming to the pavilion and exhibiting their interest in Pakistan’s culture, and appreciating the richness and diversity it holds. It is a country of great opportunities for tourism and investment, he said.

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