Pakistan has unveiled its logo for Expo 2020 Dubai held under the theme of “The Hidden Treasure”, aimed to showcase Pakistan’s vast opportunities in tourism, commerce and investment.
On Sunday, Minister for Information and Broadcasting launched Pakistan’s pavilion and logo for Expo 2020 Dubai, while briefing the media in Karachi on the curtain-raiser event, the federal minister said that the initiative was the mega thematic exposition and held great opportunity for Pakistan to display to the world its immense potential and discover the “hidden treasure”.
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The chief guest also said, “This is a great opportunity for Pakistan to show its immense potential to the world.”
He announced that the information ministry will contribute to ensure the pavilion is a success, he added that “The future of Pakistan is linked with the ideas presented at the Expo Dubai.”
“Gone are the days when Pakistan was considered notorious for exporting terrorism and extremism” he said, adding that now Pakistan was known for its IT and agricultural exports.
“We are happy it’s happening in the UAE this time, he said. UAE is like our second home”.
Meanwhile, Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment Abdul Razzak Dawood said that the Pakistan Pavilion will attract investors and tourists to Pakistan.
“Every province and region of Pakistan will participate to project opportunities in investment and trade, culture and tourism potential,” Dawood said. He further said that coordination with all the stakeholders is underway to make it an all-inclusive event that represents every region and culture of Pakistan.
The curtain raiser event for Pakistan Pavilion in Expo 2020 Dubai was attended by Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, Pakistan’s Federal Minister of Information and Broadcasting; Abdul Razak Dawood, Advisor to the Prime Minister for Commerce & Investment; Arif Ahmed Khan, Trade Development Authority of Pakistan CEO; Trustees from Patrons of Expo 2020, and the Advisory Committee.