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United Nations Pavilion at Expo 2025


New York, 20 April 2024 (TDI): The United Nations Pavilion at Expo 2025, in Osaka, Kansai, Japan, will open its doors on the 13th of April 2025 and will conclude on October the 13th 2025.

Its overriding theme would be “United for a Better Future”, showcasing exhibits and programming that embody the sub-theme “Saving, Empowering and Connecting Lives Together.”

The United Nations is thankful to the Government of Japan for the considerate support that has made it possible for the Organization to participate at the Expo 2025.

United Nations Pavilion at Expo 2025

The United Nations Pavilion at Expo 2025 will be using people-centered storytelling that would reflect on the work of the United Nations system and show the significance of multilateralism in addressing challenges on a worldwide scale and threats that disregard respect for borders.

It would also encapsulate opportunities that stem from collaboration among nations and across sectors. With more than 30 UN entities joining together, the UN Pavilion will bring visitors together with inspiring and engaging programming throughout the six months of Expo 2025.

The logo of the United Nations Pavilion at Expo 2025 was revealed by Maher Nasser, the Commissioner General of the United Nations at Expo 2025. He is also the Director of the Outreach Division in the UN Department of Global Communications.

The logo personifies the United Nations’ commitment to peace and security as crucial elements in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. It also incorporates a world where everybody thrives in peace, equality, and dignity on a well-sustained planet.

Maher Nasser, Commissioner General of the United Nations at Expo 2025 reports that “The year 2025 being the midpoint of the Decade of Action to Achieve the SDGs, Expo 2025 is a crucial opportunity to double down on efforts to achieve the SDGs.”

“I am looking forward to representing the United Nations at Expo 2025 in Osaka, Kansai, and to collaborating with local and national counterparts to ensure that the UN Pavilion and programming at Expo rise to the high level of ambition and expectation,” Maher Nasser, Commissioner General of the United Nations at Expo 2025 further reports.

Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s message

Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s statement on the much-awaited Expo 2025 reflects on the uncertainty the globe is facing in the present state, and what people can do to ensure that the future is brighter.

The theme of Expo 2025 is “Designing Future Society for Our Lives,” which would allow visitors to look into the society of the future. It would also allow nations, men, women, and children, who are the leaders of tomorrow, to experience a sense of what lies in the future.

Prime Minister Fumio Kishida concluded his message by reporting, “Let us press forward in our preparations united in an “all Japan” effort to together create an expo that will carve out the future. And, let us together lead this endeavor to certain success.”

In addition to this, 150 countries and regions and 25 international organizations are expected to partake at the Expo 2025. Presently, 11 countries have confirmed their participation, according to an official announcement by the Government of Japan.

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Pakistan’s Participation at Expo 2025

Minister for Commerce Jam Kamal Khan conveyed his desire for Pakistan’s utmost participation at the Expo 2025 in Osaka, Japan, to attain valued goals.

While briefing the Minister for Commerce Jam Kamal, the Regional Director General Islamabad Muhammad Naseer, informed that Pakistan from the three sub-themes of the exhibition has showcased its interest in participating in “Connecting Lives and Empowering Lives.”

Regional Director General Islamabad Muhammad Naseer reported that Pakistan had applied for taking part in the exhibition and was soon awaiting approval from the exhibitors.

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