The Minister of Tourism, Eng. Mohamed Rami Martini, affirmed the depth of the historical ties linking Syria with the Emirates, China and Algeria, pointing to the importance of strengthening and developing relations with these countries through fruitful cooperation and effective solidarity.
This came during a tour by Minister Martini on the pavilions of "Syria, the Emirates, China and Algeria" participating in the Expo 2020 Dubai activities, accompanied by the Syrian Ambassador to the UAE, the General Commissioner of the Syrian Pavilion, Dr. Ghassan Abbas, and the Consul General in Dubai, Kinan Zahreddine.
Martini toured the various sections of the Syrian pavilion and inspected the exhibits and the contents of the pavilion from the first alphabet to the listening room, the oldest musical notations in history, and the wooden panels collected by 1,500 Syrian artists, in addition to the “I am the Syrian” exhibition and the Trade Partners Department, which hosts a group of Syrian companies, and was briefed on what These companies offer economic and commercial opportunities.
The Minister of Tourism also described the UAE pavilion as "a civilized edifice with a modern design in the form of a falcon spreading its wings on the horizons of leadership, lofty and values of openness and communication, and it tells a story of creativity and universality and a vision for creating a progressive society."
Martini described the Algerian pavilion as "a gateway to culture, history and development, a witness to all the tales of history, and a preserver of the country's heritage."
After his visit to the Chinese pavilion, Martini said that it "represents building a community with a shared future for humanity, which ideally combines innovation, opportunity, communication, cooperation, development, sustainability and other global trends."
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