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Dubai Expo: Polish pavilion teeming with activity

18.10.2021 16:30
A little over two weeks after the rescheduled Expo 2020 world fair opened in Dubai, the Polish pavilion is buzzing with activity, offering visitors a chance to experience Polish hospitality and sample traditional Polish cuisine.
Polish Radios Joachim Ciecierski in front of the national pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai.
Polish Radio's Joachim Ciecierski in front of the national pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai.Photo: Joachim Ciecierski

The Expo 2020 event, which runs until March 31, is expected to attract over 20 million international visitors over the six months it is held.

Some 2,500 Polish firms are keen to showcase their wares in the United Arab Emirates, with business promotion running on a par with efforts to promote national culture.

The main motto of Poland's participation in Expo 2020 is "Creativity Inspired by Nature." 

Joachim Ciecierski filed this report from Dubai.

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