Museum of the Future welcomes world leaders

The Museum of the Future hosted more than 30 presidents, prime ministers and delegates from 30 countries from around the world. The 28th UN Climate Change Conference (COP28) successfully concluded at Expo City Dubai.

Among the presidents and ministers who visited the Museum of the Future during their official visit to COP28 were Miguel Diaz-Canel, President of Cuba; Hussein Arnous, Prime Minister of Syria; Dr Terrence Drew, Prime Minister of St Kitts Nevis; E. David Burt, Prime Minister of Bermuda; Ding Xuexian, First Vice Premier of the People’s Republic of China; Pushpa Kamal Dahal, Prime Minister of Nepal and Daniel Smith, Prime Minister of Alberta, Canada.

The visit to the Museum of the Future was part of an official visit to the United Arab Emirates, coinciding with participation in the COP28 conference held at Expo City Dubai.

The Museum of the Future is designed to support the UAE in hosting the COP28 conference, as well as striving for a more positive and sustainable future.

VIP tours showcased the museum’s iconic design and most striking features, including its unique experiences, emphasising its vital role in shaping the future and developing its ideas as part of the museum’s efforts to create a better future for humanity.

The dignitaries were also introduced to the museum’s initiatives, departments and pioneering expertise, as well as its role in developing future technologies, incubating ideas, projects, research, initiatives and studies of quality.

Source: WAM

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