“San Marino is a small country, but rich in history and traditions. One of the objectives of Expo is precisely the biodiversity, even the cultural one “: it was underlining this today Dimitri Kerkentzes, Secretary General of the BIE, the intergovernmental organization that manages the universal exhibitions, guest of the San Marino Pavilion. “AND very important that San Marino is present here at Expo. San Marino, first of all, has a very long and diverse history at Expo. In this edition, after almost two years during which the world has stopped, countries have been isolated, families have not been able to be together, it is even more important that all states, especially small ones, are present, having a role so crucial in our globalized future ”. Also from Kerkentzes appreciation for the candidacy of San Marino to the Culture and Training Commission of the BIE.
In the afternoon, the San Marino delegation was engaged in a series of bilateral meetings and institutional appointments. The tour of the German Pavilion, a sort of university campus where visitors, through interactive games’, are invited to reflect on the impact that each of us has on the environment. Then the Saudi Arabian Pavilion which shows, through a digital mirror screen and 8000 LEDs, the little-known tourist attractions of the country. And precisely in the coming months, as the Secretary pointed out Federico Pedini Amati during the visit, the Saudi Minister of Tourism is expected in San Marino, to begin one collaboration in the tourism sector between the two countries. Finally, Italy, a journey through, art, culture, science, beauty.
Read the press release of the Tourism Secretariat