Pakistan Expo 2020 Dubai pavilion civil works completed

The pavilion has a total covered area of 35,000 sq ft

  
The sign of Dubai Expo 2020 is seen at the entrance of the site in Dubai, United Arab Emirates January 16, 2021. Image used for illustrative purpose

The sign of Dubai Expo 2020 is seen at the entrance of the site in Dubai, United Arab Emirates January 16, 2021. Image used for illustrative purpose

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Pakistan's country pavilion for Expo 2020 Dubai has been handed over to the authorities following the completion of its building civil works. The Pakistani Expo team will now focus on the internal work and try to complete it in time for Expo 2020 launch.
 
Located in the 'Opportunity District' of the expo site, the pavilion has a total covered area of 35,000 sq ft. Its structural infrastructure work was handled by leading UAE construction group ASGC along with its subsidiaries - Al Shafar United which is the MEP contractor and Al Shafar Interiors its fit-out contractor - while Khatib & Alami (K&A) is the main consultant.
 
The pavilion was handed over to the Pakistani authorities at an official ceremony which was attended by senior officials including Abdul Razak Dawood, Advisor to the Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment, Muhammad Sualeh Ahmed Faruqui, Secretary, Ministry of Commerce, Afzaal Mahmood, Ambassador of Pakistan to UAE, and Ahsan Ali Mangi, Secretary Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP).
 
Addressing the gathering, Dawood said: "Pakistan is bestowed with natural beauty, historical and religious sites, highest peaks and calm deserts. It is the destination for mountaineers, historians, archaeologists, writers, photographers and many such tourists."
 
The inner journey of the pavilion is set under the theme ‘Pakistan: The Hidden Treasure’ with an aim to enhance tourism, commerce and investment in Pakistan.
 
"Through our theme at Expo 2020 Dubai, we plan to present and showcase the land of opportunities to promote tourism, commerce and investment in the country," he added.-TradeArabia News Service

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