Pakistan Pavilion at Expo 2020 unveils exciting events for month of October - GulfToday

Pakistan Pavilion at Expo 2020 unveils exciting events for month of October


A general view of the Pakistan Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai.

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

Pakistan Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai has released on Thursday its October calendar of business and cultural events.

The focus of the first month at the Pakistani Pavilion will be  one of the country’s wonders, Balochistan province.

Pakistan’s Federal Board of Investment will hold a seminar on the Electric Vehicle Policy on Oct.5, while on Oct.6, a session on climate change will be held with Malik Amin, Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Climate Change.

This session will voice the Clean Green Pakistan initiative in order to encourage the nationwide cleanliness and tree plantation drive. The schedule aims to show the world a typically unseen part of Pakistan and encourage tourism and investment into the country.

Further events aim to educate the younger generations about their role in climate change and how to continue the progress currently in action.

Pakistan Pavilion will also be heavily focusing on their "Invest in Pakistan Campaign."

Multiple business events will be held in which government entities, entrepreneurs, and SMEs will be projecting their opportunities. This initiative is highly prioritised throughout the agenda and will be highlighted through further panel sessions, seminars, and lectures.

Women are playing an important role in the growth and development of the country and Pakistan is devoted to empowering them across all sectors. Visitors will get to see the strides women have made and its ongoing progress at the numerous events being held at the pavilion.

The full calendar of events is available on the Pakistan pavilion webpage (

The Pakistan Pavilion is located in the 'Opportunity District' and has a total covered area of 35,000 Sqft. 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.


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