India to showcase innovations, business opportunities at Expo 2020 Dubai

A day after unveiling the exhibition 2020 Dubai Pavilion theme, senior officers from the Indian government participated during a symbolic brick birthing ceremony at the exhibition 2020 site in Jebel Ali on Sunday, September 22.

Accompanied by diplomats and leading Indian people, this Indian minister of Railways and Commerce Piyush Prakash Goyal stood aboard a bunch of Indian employees on the exhibition site for the ceremony, marking the successive stage of construction of the exhibition 2020 web site. He conjointly interacted with many employees present at the location.

Standing on a makeshift stage on the 4,000 sqm exhibition site, the Indian delegation, in Dubai exhibition 2020 Bureau, has pledged to figure along to create the exhibition 2020 Dubai a grand success. The exhibition 2020 Pavilion is one amongst the most important pavilions within the exhibition 2020 and can be situated within the chance District getting ready to painting Al Wasl Plaza.

Al Ali afore mentioned the Indian Pavilion goes to be one amongst the icons of the exhibition 2020 web site. He added, “For several of you, city and therefore the UAE is already home. Now, this Pavilion is additionally planning to be your home and, our home. The Indian Pavilion goes to showcase Indian innovations, business opportunities, and cultural events.”

All 25 million guests will visit the Indian Pavilion

Indian ambassador to the UAE Navdeep Singh Suri, diplomatist general Vipul, officers from the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and business (FICCI), and a legion of Indian business leaders were present at the location review and symbolic ceremony.

Tourism packages to India throughout exhibition 2020:

The minister conjointly proclaimed plans of launching travel and business packages, in collaborations with Federation of India Chambers of Commerce and business (FICCI) and therefore the Indian Ministry of business to encourage guests of the exhibition to travel India for a brief three-day visit.