Ambassador of Arab Culture Benedetta Paravia takes H.H. Sheikh Mohammed's WIN VICTORY LOVE gesture to international platforms

Benedetta is the producer of the famous TV series Hi Emirates and Hi Dubai, that feature Emirati and expat women achievers

  
Ambassador of Arab Culture Benedetta Paravia takes H.H. Sheikh Mohammed's WIN VICTORY LOVE gesture to international platforms

Dubai, UAE: The Italian Ambassador of the Arab Culture, Princess Benedetta Paravia, a Dubai-based philanthropist, presenter, producer and song writer, is taking the WIN VICTORY LOVE sign of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, and Ruler of the Emirate of Dubai, to the international platforms.

Benedetta, during her recent visit to the first edition of Cana Dorada International Film Festival held in Dominican Republic, flashed the sign on the red carpet and explained its significance and origin to the fellow participants and the media there.

Benedetta said: “I’ve been taking the WIN VICTORY LOVE to different global events. People are always keen to know where this sign comes from and what it signifies. As a Dubaian dedicated to promoting the UAE, I take these opportunities to elaborate on exemplary achievements of this country and the role of the great Leaders.”

The Cana Dorada International Film Festival was produced by the Venezuelan Raquel Victoria Flores, also one of the women protagonists of the upcoming TV and WEB series produced by Benedetta. The cross media series, named Hi Emirates, will be launched on air during the UAE Year of Union and Expo 2020.

Apart from this event, Benedetta has been taking to the international red carpets and important events to spread a word about the ethical WIN VICTORY LOVE gesture with an aim to attract visitors to the UAE and promote the opportunities that the country provides.

In Hi Emirates series she talks about the status of women empowerment in the UAE and the important role of the “Mothers of the Nation”, including H.H.Sheikha Fatma bint Mubarak (Umm al Emaraat) who have facilitated and enhanced the contribution of women in economic and social development of the country.

Benedetta, also known by her stage name Princess Bee, is devoted to the UAE since 2002. She created the Instagram hashtag #weloveshaikhmohammed and has been working on multiple projects in the field of culture and education with the United Arab Emirates institutions.

Find out more about Benedetta and her productions:

Insta @benedettaparavia
Web www.benedettaparavia.com  www.hidubai.ae www.hiemirates.ae 

For more information, contact:  
Nasreen Sayed
PR Professional
Tel – 056 2471908

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