Mauritius seeks to strengthen relations with the UAE

Mauritius seeks to strengthen relations with the UAE
Mauritius seeks to strengthen relations with the UAE

Expo Dubai: «The Gulf»
The Mauritius Pavilion welcomes visitors to showcase the best of leisure, investment and business prospects under one roof at Expo 2020 Dubai. Ken Bonosami, Commissioner General of the Mauritius Pavilion at Expo 2020 and CEO of the Mauritius Economic Development Board, welcomed dignitaries and guests to the Mauritius Pavilion during the official opening ceremony of the Pavilion and highlighted the highlights of the Pavilion during a packed gathering.
The guest of honor, Choctali Sodun, recipient of the Star Medal and Key to the Indian Ocean, Ambassador of the Republic of Mauritius to the UAE and Deputy Commissioner-General of the Mauritius Pavilion, expressed his sincere thanks to the Government of the UAE and Prime Minister of Mauritius, Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, for their steadfast support and keenness on the success of Mauritius’ participation in Expo 2020 Dubai. .
Ken Bonosami highlighted the business and cultural events that will take place over the six months of the Expo, which will focus on the country’s vision, sustainable development and its will to embrace innovation.
Through its participation in Expo 2020 Dubai, Mauritius seeks to consolidate bilateral relations with the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council and enhance its role as a safe travel destination and a leading business platform for the region.
The Mauritius Pavilion, which bears the theme “Roots of the Future”, showcases the rich and vibrant cultural heritage and provides in-depth insights into the economic paths adopted by the country to transform Mauritius into a high-income economy.
As one of Africa’s leading and emerging economies, Mauritius has always been among the top countries in the world for its business environment and leadership in Africa. Mauritius continues to lead the Ibrahim Index of Governance in Africa and is ranked as the best in the African continent according to a number of internationally prominent indicators such as the Global Competitiveness Index, the Global Innovation Index, the Human Development Index, the Index of Economic Freedom, and others.
Mauritius continues its proactive and transparent response to the Covid crisis, as its success in containing the pandemic led to the reopening of its borders on October 1, 2021. The country has one of the highest rates of full immunization in Africa.


Mauritius seeks strengthen relations UAE

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