The exhibition will have a theme called “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future.” The exhibition will also have three sub-themes: opportunity, mobility and sustainability, each with its own pavilion. The Opportunity Pavilion was designed by AGi Architects, Mobility by Foster and Partners and Sustainability by Grimshaw Architects.  Normal 1-day tickets for the Expo cost AED 120, while 3-day tickets are AED 260. For students of all ages and young people aged 6 to 17, you get a 50% discount on entry. The Expo offers free access to children up to 5 years old and adults from 65 years old. People with disabilities also have free entry and a tutor can also travel at half the ticket price.  If you are a DUBAI 2020 trademark or EXPO logo purchaser and have obtained specific guidelines regarding the use of the trademark with your license agreement, please follow these guidelines. If your license agreement does not contain a user policy, follow these guidelines. If you are a DUBAI Expo 2020 dubai member licensed by EXPO 2020 DUBAI, additional restrictions may apply. The agreement was signed during a meeting between BIE Secretary General Vicente G.
Loscertales and Najeeb Mohammed Al Ali, Executive Director of Expo 2020 Dubai Bureau, in the presence of the United Arab Emirates Ambassador to France, H.E. Omar Ghobash. Dimitri S. Kerkentzes, Secretary General of the International Exhibition Bureau (IEB), welcomed the approach taken by the expo 2020 organizers and the recommendations of the steering committee. He said: “The world is facing exceptional and unprecedented circumstances, and we all hope that the challenges will continue in the months ahead. Today`s agreement by the organizer and members of the Dubai Expo 2020 steering committee to explore the options of a one-year delay before the opening of the World Expo is welcome. In the spirit and spirit of the 1928 Paris Convention, any decision on the World Expo must be cooperative. and by mutual agreement in a vote of the countries that make up the BIE. We will follow the process in accordance with the rules and regulations of the BIE convention. When Al-Otaiba was asked about the turning point that led to the standardization agreement, the emirate official said that “the annexation has raised serious concerns.