Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled Al-Anani inspected on Wednesday the Egyptian pavilion at the Dubai Expo 2020, which has been delayed due to the pandemic.
The Egyptian pavilion is located in the most important area of the exhibition in Dubai, next to the Emirates pavilion, which reflects the importance of Egypt, especially because of its ancient civilization and the unique Egyptian character of distinctive features throughout history.
Egypt's goal in participating in this event is to achieve integration with the outer world and throwing Spotlight on tourism and antiquities in Egypt.
The Egyptian pavilion takes into account the Egyptian identity in the design through the content displayed in the pavilion, including hieroglyphic symbols.
The international forum is scheduled to open in October 2021 and will continue for a period of 6 months. It aims to review Egypt's culture, heritage and tourism potentials, which will have a great impact on supporting efforts to increase the number of Tourists coming to Egypt during the year 2022.
Egypt will also be presented as an investment destination, with its smart cities, including industrial zones, and the Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZone).
[caption id="attachment_240693" align="alignnone" width="916"] Tourism Min. Inspects Egypt's Pavilion at Dubai Expo[/caption]