The administration of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will attend the Dubai International Expo in the United Arab Emirates with the goal of attracting maximum foreign investment and promoting the province’s good image on a global scale.
The Expo will include important planned projects from the province administration in order to seek international investment for their implementation.
Tourism, agriculture, industry, mining, energy, infrastructure, and information technology initiatives will be among them.
Items connected to the province’s cultural history and archaeology, as well as local goods, will be exhibited at the Expo in order to highlight the province’s culture and local products on an international level.
On Tuesday, a meeting was held here under the supervision of Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan to discuss the plans and preparations for participation in the Dubai Expo.
Shahab Ali Shah, Amjad Ali Khan, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Humayun Khan, Director General Culture and Tourism Authority Kamran Afridi, Hassan Dawood, Chief Executive Officer Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Board of Investment and Trade other concerned officials attended the meeting.
The meeting was briefed about the arrangements of the provincial government for participating in Dubai Expo, proposed activities in the Expo and other related matters.
It was informed that 192 countries including Pakistan would participate in the Expo and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government would participate in this international expo in January next year.