More than a hundred nations are expected to participate in the next Universal Exposition, a six-month world fair taking place in Dubai in 2020. Each with its own pavilion, every country will showcase its achievements and projects in multiple fields of innovation. As soon as Dubai won the bid to host the event back in 2013, many wondered: Will Israel be excluded from the event?
Just three years ago, Israel presented an eye-catching living wall covered with plants at Expo in Milan, Italy. Over one million people visited the massive, green installation, behind which hid a pavilion featuring 3D projections, sounds, and visuals related to the theme of the fair—food, sustainability and innovation. (Michelle Obama and Bono from U2 were just two of the most prominent visitors of the 21 million people who attended Expo in 2015.)
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