Expo Dubai, first visit by a sheikh to the San Marino Pavilion
DUBAI (ITALPRESS) – Sheikh Ammar bin Humaid Al Nuaimi crown prince of Ajman, one of the 7 cities that make up the United Arab Emirates, underlined the importance of the participation of small countries such as San Marino in Expo 2020 Dubai.
The sheikh, who arrived in the San Marino Pavilion in the morning, was welcomed by the director Letizia Cardelli, the three managers Ilaria Brizi, Elisabetta Bucci and Sara Conti and by the volunteers who with their enthusiasm and impeccable preparation presented to the sheikh and his official delegation the entire exhibition space. A guided tour of about 15 minutes in which the prince was very intrigued by the Treasury of Domagnano and amazed by the special connection that binds San Marino and the Emirates thanks to the precious eagle-shaped fibula offered at the Louvre Abu Dhabi. The visit continued with another stop at the crossbow, symbol of San Marino defense and freedom, as well as at the interactive table where the country system was illustrated, and at the shop where the volunteers showed and artisan products for sale.
The visit ended with a warm greeting in Italian by Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi who expressed his heartfelt thanks and the wish to visit the Titan soon.
Pavilion director Letizia Cardelli comments on the Sheikh’s visit: “This is the first visit by a member of the royal family of one of the seven Emirates. This shows us how this Expo is unique and different from the others and how much its breath is international.
Moreover, this allows us to achieve our macro objective which from the very beginning has been to bring the presentation of the Republic of San Marino to the rest of the world, especially in an area where it is not known “.
An important recognition for San Marino demonstrating a real interest in the country which adds to the success of the public in recent days. In fact, last weekend the Pavilion welcomed 5 thousand visitors in a single day and 30 thousand since the beginning of the event on 1 October.
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