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Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020

First pavilions of EXPO-2017 handed over to 5 countries

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Hungarian pavilion area is 411.9 square meters. According to organizers, the pavilion theme “Future Energy unites us” is based on the geographic, economic features and the available energy sources of the country. The pavilion will demonstrate the latest in the field of electrical installations and urban planning, emphasizing the character of Hungary, which is the country’s water, sun and wind. Hungarian national day will be held on August 20, 2017. Commissioner is Nandor Descartes.

The area of the German Pavilion will be 1 249.5 sq. meters and will be called “On the way to energy.” Theme of Pavilion tells the story of the country within the framework of sustainable energy use, and demonstrate innovation and technological advances in this field. German National Day will be held onJuly 12, 2017 within EXPO 2017. Commissioner is Dietmar Schmitz.

France took the pavilion area of 1 069.1 sq. meters and named it “The energy turnaround for green growth.” Its development in the field of “green energy” in the country will open the three sub-themes: “City of the Future”, “Renewable Energy” and “ecological modes of transport.” The visitors will be celebrate National Day of France on June 21, 2017 in the framework of the exhibition. Pascal Loro has been appointed as commissioner .

China took the pavilion area of 1000 square meters.The difference of the pavilion “Green Silk Road” will be the Theatre of Dreams of the future of energy, which will show a new idea of China energy cooperation with the countries along the Silk Road, as well as with the countries of the world. China’s National Day will be held on July 5, 2017 at EXPO 2017. Van Tszinchzhen has been appointed as commissioner.

It should be noted that 105 countries and 17 international organizations have confirmed their participation in the exhibition. The total area of the exhibition halls is 78 thousand sq.meters.

Source: The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan

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