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Turkmen President to visit EXPO 2010 in Shanghai

Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov will visit Shanghai to attend festivities dedicated to the opening of EXPO 2010 Universal Exposition.

Turkmenistan will be represented at the World Exhibition for the first time. The pavilion area for the country's joint exposition will exceed 1000 sq meters. It occupies the "A" zone, one of the most advantageous locations on the "geographical map" of the exhibition, which will also house pavilions of China, the host country of EXPO-2010. The building's facade will be adorned by the national flag and emblem of Turkmenistan as well as the Turkmen carpet ornaments.

More than thirty ministries and departments of Turkmenistan will exhibit their products at the largest economic forum in China. Multimedia touch screens, with the help of which the visitors will be able to learn about the country's centuries-old culture and get acquainted with its natural landscapes and recreational resources, will become a distinctive feature of the Turkmen pavilion.

As part of EXPO-2010, the National Day of Turkmenistan will be held with round tables and presentations of the cultural heritage of Turkmenistan organized.

In general, approximately 270 countries and international organizations will take part in EXPO-2010. According to forecasts, about 70 million people, most of them representing the world's business community, will visit the World Expo in Shanghai to be held from May 1 to October 31, 2010, under the motto "Better City - Better Life".

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