Kubiv: Ukraine at Expo 2020 in Dubai to represent innovations in healthcare, education and science

Kubiv: Ukraine at Expo 2020 in Dubai to represent innovations in healthcare, education and science

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Ukraine at the World Expo 2020 in Dubai will represent technological innovations in the field of healthcare, education and science.

First Deputy Prime Minister - Minister for Economic Development and Trade Stepan Kubiv wrote this on his Facebook page.

"In its pavilion, Ukraine will represent technological solutions in the field of medicine, education and science, energy efficient and smart gadgets, 3d technologies and equipment, as well as modern eco-technologies. Therefore, in promoting Ukraine at Expo, we focus on the development of innovations, high technologies, and investment proposals,” Kubiv wrote.

He noted that 25 million visitors from 190 countries will visit Expo 2020 in Dubai. According to Kubiv, this is a unique opportunity to significantly increase exports to many countries, create new business ties, and strengthen the position of Ukrainian products in the world.

As Ukrinform reported, a company from the United Arab Emirates won a tender for the construction of Ukraine’s pavilion for Expo 2020.

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