Doha, Jan 6, 2024, The International Horticultural Expo 2023 in Doha, Qatar, recently celebrated "Saudi Day" at the Expo House zone, with the presence of the Saudi ambassador to Doha, Prince Mansour bin Khalid bin Farhan, and the Qatari Minister of Municipality, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Subaie, alongside ambassadors and representatives from various participating countries.
The Saudi Day festivities featured captivating folkloric shows that provided a glimpse into the rich history, traditions, and cultural heritage of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The event served as a platform to showcase the diverse aspects of Saudi culture, offering attendees a unique and immersive experience.
Eng. Mansour Al-Mushaiti, Deputy Minister of Environment, Water, and Agriculture, emphasized the significance of Saudi Arabia's participation in the International Horticultural Expo 2023. He highlighted how the Kingdom's involvement underscores its commitment to excellence across various fields, contributing to sustainable development and the preservation of natural resources. Furthermore, Al-Mushaiti emphasized the achievements of Saudi Vision 2030, showcasing the nation's progress on a global stage.
Saleh bin Dakheel, the General Supervisor of the Kingdom’s participation at the exhibition, shared that the Saudi pavilion has attracted significant attention, with over 400,000 people having visited it since the launch of the expo. This impressive turnout underscores the interest and engagement of the public in learning about Saudi Arabia's contributions to horticulture, sustainability, and cultural heritage.
The celebration of "Saudi Day" at the International Horticultural Expo serves as a testament to the Kingdom's commitment to fostering cultural exchange, promoting its rich heritage, and showcasing its advancements in various sectors on the international stage.