Weather of Arabia - The participation of Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince and Prime Minister, in Saudi Arabia's official reception for Riyadh's candidacy to host Expo 2030 AD comes in His Highness's keenness for Riyadh to win the organization of this global forum, which will coincide with the achievement of Saudi Vision 2030 AD, its development goals
The meeting of His Highness the Crown Prince with the Secretary-General of the International Bureau of Exhibitions, Dimitri Kirkentzis, during Saudi Arabia's official reception for Riyadh's candidacy to host Expo 2030, will provide an opportunity to discuss developments regarding Saudi Arabia's candidacy, and provide any support required for its success.
The Saudi leadership is working to ensure that Riyadh's hosting of Expo 2030 has the greatest possible impact. It achieves its goals, contributes to building a common global future, motivates participants to imagine their future, and share their ambitions and aspirations in new and interesting ways.
Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince, Prime Minister and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Royal Commission for the City of Riyadh, will participate in Saudi Arabia's official reception for Riyadh's candidacy to host Expo 2030, which will be held tomorrow in Paris.
The official reception for representatives of 179 member countries of the Bureau International des Expositions (the organization responsible for the World Expo) will be held on the eve of the 172nd General Assembly of the Bureau, which will be held on Tuesday, June 20, 2023 in Paris.
International Expos are held every five years, and last for a maximum period of six months.
The exhibition is considered one of the largest non-commercial global events in terms of economic and cultural impact after the FIFA World Cup and the Olympic Games.
The first session of the "Expo" exhibition was launched in London in 1851 under the title "The Great Exhibition of Industrial Products from Countries of the World", as one of the distinguished events aimed at strengthening international relations, celebrating cultural diversity, and appreciating technological innovations.
Six million people attended the exhibition at the time, and its proceeds were used to fund the construction of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
The famous "Eiffel Tower" is one of the most prominent elements of the exhibition's historical legacy. It was built to serve as an entrance to the "Expo 1889", which was hosted by the French capital, Paris.
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