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Rome's bid to host Expo 2030

Date:

10/24/2022


Rome's bid to host Expo 2030

ROME'S BID TO HOST EXPO 2030

Expo, more precisely "universal exposition," is one of the largest international events. Now in its 34th edition, the event is held every five years, lasts for six months and aims to provide a platform for dialogue among countries on universal issues of interest to all humanity.

Expo 2020 was awarded to Dubai with the theme "connecting minds, creating the future" and Expo 2025 to Osaka with the theme "outlining the society of the future for our lives". In 2021 Rome has submitted its bid to host Expo 2030 with the theme "people and territories: human regeneration, inclusion and innovation".

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THE OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF ROME'S CANDIDACY

On March 3, the official launch of Rome's candidacy for Expo 2030 was held at the Italian Pavilion at Expo Dubai 2020, during which the Hon. Minister, Minister of Infrastructure and Mobility Giovannini, Mayor of Rome Gualtieri, Chairman of the Promoting Committee Amb. Massolo and Vice Chairman Lavinia Biagiotti, Commissioner General of Expo Dubai 2020 Glisenti and architect Carlo Ratti spoke.

The event was streamed live and was aimed at presenting a preview of the contents and conceptual design of the candidacy.

More information available at: https://www.romeexpo2030.com

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THE MISSION TO THE PHILIPPINE OF THE SPECIAL ENVOY OF THE PROMOTING COMMITTEE FOR ASIA:

PROF. ROMEO ORLANDI

Completing the promotional action to support Rome's candidacy to host Expo 2030, a mission to Manila of the Promoting Committee's Special Envoy for Asia Prof. Romeo Orlandi was held from October 3 to 7.

During the mission, the envoy had the opportunity to meet with representatives of Philippines’ institutional, diplomatic, academic, journalistic and business circles. On these occasions, Prof. Romeo Orlandi skillfully presented and illustrated in great detail the Italian candidacy provoking not only a keen interest but also stimulating a local debate on the subject.

Prof. Romeo Orlandi's visit was accompanied by an opportune media campaign with the publication in the Sunday edition of the Manila Times of two articles dedicated to Rome Expo 2030, attached below.

 


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