The Ministry of Tourism has completed its preparations to launch the 41st International Flower Show tomorrow in Tishreen Park in Damascus and will continue until the 3rd of next August under the slogan “Jasmine Sham blossoms again.”
In a statement to SANA delegate Benin, Assistant Minister of Tourism, Eng. Nidal Mashfaj, the number of pavilions participating in the exhibition reached 60 pavilions and 17 green areas, which will display a wide range of flowers, ornamental plants and complementary industries for the flower industry and landscaping.
Local producers of flowers and ornamental plants, flower production companies, and others concerned with the equipment of nurseries, beekeepers, manufacturers of rose products, and medicinal and aromatic plant products will participate in the exhibition, as mentioned by Mashfaj.
Mashfaj pointed out that the ministry sent invitations to a number of Arab countries that used to participate in the exhibition, including Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Iraq and Sudan, in the context of strengthening cooperation and exchanging experiences with them, in a way that contributes to the development of this field.
The exhibition is accompanied by scientific, cultural and artistic activities and activities for children, including theatrical performances, drawings, plant decorations and recycling of damaged materials, in addition to art concerts and an open-air cinema that will screen films that won artistic and international awards. Exhibition Rural women working in small rural development projects.
The exhibition is being held in cooperation with the governorate of Damascus and with the participation of a number of ministries, the Syrian Trust for Development, the Juzour Association, and the Syrian Arab Army's Wounded Club.