A content and happy HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ruler of Dubai, stepped out of the EXPO 2020 sites on Tuesday following a visit, accompanied by his son, the Crown Prince HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
It’s been a journey getting here, but the leader of Dubai says the city is ‘ready and remains true to the promise of hosting the best Expo edition yet.’
— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) August 13, 2019
HH Sheikh Mohammed says Dubai’s expo promises to be the best
Dubai has achieved so much in such a short time-frame that merely adding the feat of being the best out of the 168-year running expo history doesn’t seem impossible.
After all, many of the Expo’s pavilions, with all the world’s countries participation, old and new initiatives, and the near-completion of the sites already exude what’s to come.
More than 190 countries are set to participate in the Expo, that’s only 449 days away from today (at the time this was written).
450 days remaining for Expo 2020 Dubai, with 190 countries leading the world towards a better future through their pavilions for the first time in the MEASA. We are ready and remain true to our promise of hosting the best Expo edition yet in its 168-year history. pic.twitter.com/XPG18h9U5M
— HH Sheikh Mohammed (@HHShkMohd) August 13, 2019
Expo 2020 will shed light on Dubai’s sustainability move and how others can protect the planet
The vital issue that currently needs addressing globally will be discussed (and implemented) at the Expo 2020 grounds.
Several initiatives, in and out the site, within each pavilion and in Dubai’s stand all stand for many common goals, one of which is leading the world to a more sustainable one.
An impeccable example of this will be seen through the Sustainability Pavilion’s solar canopy, which will turn the sun’s rays into renewable power.