The second roundtable of the Monaco Pavilion at the Universal Exhibition Dubai 2020 took place on Monday, January 20. Albert Croesi, Managing Director of Monaco Inter Expo (MIE), presented the Monaco Pavilion to political, economic and cultural partners who will be attending between October 20, 2020 and April 10, 2021.
“Dubai 2020 is now tomorrow,” he said, to help raise awareness among participants of the short time available.
Solar panels will be commissioned in April, interior design will be carried out in June, and there will be a test day for visitors in mid-October.
Apart from housing a range of themes such as the land extension project, the Pavilion also houses a space for temporary exhibitions open to public entities and private companies.
“This space has been planned to allow them to present to thousands of visitors. We are talking about 50,000 visitors expected per week, or 1.25 million expected during the Expo, Albert Croesi said.
PHOTO: Albert Croesi addresses interested parties on Monday, January 20 ORIGINAL SOURCE: Monaco Government Press Service