Dubai: Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, UAE Minister for Tolerance and Coexistence and Commissioner General of Expo 2020 Dubai, and other UAE government officials visited the UAE pavilion on Saturday at Expo 2020 Dubai.
The delegation was welcomed by Noura bint Mohammed Al Kaabi, Minister of Culture and Youth and Commissioner General of the United Arab Emirates Pavilion, as well as a group of accomplished dreamers, Special Olympics participants, Paralympic medalists, frontline heroes and young change makers who personify the nation’s values, heritage and culture.
Centered on the theme ‘Land of Dreamers Who Do’, the UAE pavilion features inspiring stories about the host country. It focuses on promoting the ambitious cultural scene of a country that rekindles hope and inspires minds, believing that the future of nations depends on man. The pavilion captures the values of the United Arab Emirates as a home to people from over 192 countries around the world, living in harmony and unity. The pavilion offers its visitors an experience that is inspiring in content, rich in detail, unique in impact, inspiring the whole world with the spirit of the United Arab Emirates and continuing the legacy forged by the nation’s founding father, the late Sheikh. Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
“Successful milestones of the country”
In his statement about this historic event, Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan said: the history of world exhibitions. Through the pavilion, the United Arab Emirates present to the world their traditional Emirati and shared values, through which we call for tolerance, coexistence and consolidation of human bonds. “
He added: “It was my greatest pleasure to share this experience with Special Olympics participants, Paralympic medalists, ambitious young people, frontline heroes and the ‘Dreamers Who Do’, who represent the history of ‘ Land of Dreamers Who Do ”and are considered a reflection of our nation’s ambitions. Their achievements express the values of ambition and humanity, authenticity and openness, resilience and optimism.
“Main heroes of our history”
Noura bint Mohammad Al Kaabi said, “Today we are honored by all of our people on UAE soil, nationals, residents and all who consider the UAE home. Our pavilion represents a platform from which we can tell stories of “dreamers who do” in the “land of dreamers who do”. They are the main heroes of our history and the reflection of our values and our culture. They perpetuate the heritage forged by the original dreamer of our country, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founder of the nation, in an exceptional country which embraces them with their different dreams, ambitions and cultures.
She further said: “As we reflect on our past 50 years and prepare to celebrate our Golden Jubilee, and looking forward to the next 50 years, the UAE pavilion will take advantage of special occasions. to tell the story of the ‘land of dreamers who do’, moments from our past and present that have helped make the United Arab Emirates a prosperous and welcoming nation, whose collective progress has created a peaceful coexistence, ambition and authenticity. We are a nation that strongly adheres to its beliefs and values and welcome others who join our values of humanity while respecting their beliefs and cultures.
Hospitality, coexistence and tolerance
The UAE Pavilion will engage its visitors with an immersive multisensory experience, where the essence of the UAE will be revealed through a series of true stories that capture and reflect the values of its people who demonstrate hospitality, coexistence and tolerance under ambitious leadership. . This experience will deepen visitors’ understanding of the heritage, values and people of the UAE.