His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, met today with Nana Akufo-Addo, President of the Republic of Ghana, at his country’s pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai.
His Highness welcomed the Ghanaian president, who is currently visiting the country to attend his country’s celebrations of its national day at the Expo, stressing that the distinguished African participation in this session of the world fair has paved the way for more rapprochement with the peoples of the African continent, and a more detailed acquaintance with their customs and traditions, as well as On the important economic impact represented in introducing the promising investment and economic opportunities of the continent, which is rich in its diverse natural resources.
The two sides exchanged talks about opportunities to advance bilateral relations in various fields in light of the rapid development witnessed by the ties that unite the two countries over the past few years and in a manner that serves the interests of the two friendly peoples, by monitoring opportunities for concerted efforts in many fields, especially agriculture and technology, as well as the agreement of the two sides. The importance of working to increase the levels of trade and tourism exchange between the two countries, and discovering more investment opportunities that support the economic partnership and push it forward during the next stage.
During a tour of the Ghana pavilion located in the “Opportunities” area of the Expo, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and President Nana Akufo-Addo were briefed on the opportunities that Ghana is promoting through the pavilion to attract foreign investment, especially in light of Ghana’s potential It is one of the largest cocoa-exporting countries in the world, as well as investment opportunities in mining due to the many mineral wealth its land contains.
His Highness and the guest president were also briefed on some of the projects that Ghana is implementing within the framework of its strategy in the field of environmental sustainability and the preservation of natural resources, while the pavilion provides information on the sectors of financial and health services and food production, while highlighting Ghana’s economic vision through which it seeks to achieve A comprehensive development renaissance based on the sustainability of resources and the rationalization of their consumption.
The tour and visit were attended by His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Media Council, and a number of ministers and officials.
In addition, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum visited the Armenian pavilion, which is also located in the “Opportunities” area, where His Highness watched a group of digital screens that show video clips dealing with features of Armenia’s history, culture and scientific heritage. With aspects of the Armenian cultural heritage and using advanced digital technologies, it provides the visitor with adequate information about the exhibits and their history.
His Highness continued an explanation about the main idea of the Armenia Pavilion, which is based on the basis that building technological progress for the future is based mainly on the best practices and traditions of the past. Ages Krsukh tree rooted deep in the earth.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum also visited the Vietnam Pavilion at the Expo, where His Highness was briefed about the pavilion’s comprehensive idea of this Asian country, which is ranked fifteenth in the world in terms of population density, with a total of more than 97 million people. It is the third Asian in terms of population.
During the visit, His Highness listened to an explanation explaining what the pavilion defines of Vietnam’s heritage and its economic aspirations through the various investment opportunities it offers, as well as what the pavilion sheds light on from important features of Vietnamese culture and its creative and folklore heritage, in addition to its famous nature and tourist destinations. Attractive and distinct agricultural potential.