UAE: Mohammed bin Rashid visits pavilions of Iraq,Tunisia

Sheikh Mohammed was briefed on the most important goals of the pavilion of Tunisia, such as - the entrepreneurship sector and emerging institutions. 

Abu Dhabi, UAE: Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, its Minister of Defence, as well as the Ruler of the Emirate of Dubai – Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum today, paid a visit to the Tunisia pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai. 

Sheikh Mohammed was briefed on the most important goals of the pavilion of Tunisia, such as – the entrepreneurship sector and emerging institutions. 

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The Dubai Media house tweeted, “Mohammed bin Rashid visits the sisterly Tunisia pavilion at Expo 2020 #دبي, which tells the story of Tunisia, presents the creativity of its youth and opportunities for their empowerment, and sends a message of hope for future development, where His Highness was briefed on the most important goals of the pavilion, foremost of which is to highlight the great interest that Tunisia attaches to the entrepreneurship sector and emerging institutions.” 

He also visited and inspected Iraq’s pavilion today (on March 28, 2022). The tweet cites, “Mohammed bin Rashid visits Expo 2020 #دبي and inspects the State of Iraq’s pavilion located in the Opportunity Zone, where His Highness listened to an explanation about the distinctive open design. Of the pavilion, and watched His Highness glimpses of life in Iraq.” 

Mohammed bin Rashid also met with the Liberian President – George Manneh Oppong Weah. 

“Mohammed bin Rashid meets with the President of the Republic of Liberia, at his country’s pavilion at Expo 2020 #دبي , where the two sides reviewed the overall bilateral relations, their progress during the past period, and what is hoped for them for further prosperity in the future”, the tweet of Dubai Media house further cites. 

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“Mohammed bin Rashid meets with the President of the Republic of South Africa, at his country’s pavilion at Expo 2020 #دبي , where they discussed prospects for cooperation between the two countries and ways to advance them.” 

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