United Nations Secretary-General Amina Mohammed praised UAE leaders for putting on a useful show for World, despite the challenges posed by the disease.
During her visit, she described the Dubai Expo 2020 as a strong building block for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on the way to the 2030 Agenda.
As part of the UN Day of Honor, Mohammed was welcomed by Reem Al Hashimy, CEO of Expo 2020, and Najeeb Mohammed Al-Ali, CEO, Commissioner General of the program.
Mohammed said: “Representing 192 countries, the Expo is a beautiful program to celebrate the 76th anniversary of multilateralism, in which countries and communities work together for a better world for all, from our origins. , Charter of the United Nations.
“I am very pleased to hear that support is a common theme across all the columns and SDGs included in many of the Expo exhibits.”
He said: “I am very grateful and grateful to the leaders of the UAE for working together, united nations, here at the Expo, and for doing so through grace, efficiency, and encouragement, as well as being generous and worthy. of trust. the United Nations on the issues of humanity and our development “.
The celebration of United Nations Day at Al Wasl Plaza and UN Hub was marked by various events, including the Emirates Youth Symphony Orchestra (EYSO) – a group of young musicians from the United Arab Emirates and the Arab world. Photo exhibition.