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    The Republic of Cabo Verde has joined the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE), becoming the 171st Member State of the organisation. In accordance with Article 35 of the 1928 Paris Convention relating to International Exhibitions, the Government of the Republic of Cabo Verde submitted the instruments for accession to the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs on 5 October 2022. France, as the depository for the Convention notified the Secretariat of the BIE that Cabo Verde has adhered to the Convention. Cabo Verde is therefore the 171st Member State of the Organisation, effective as of 5 October. Cabo Verde participates regularly READ MORE
    • Expo 2030
    The four countries that have submitted candidature dossiers to organise World Expo 2030 – Ukraine (for Odesa), the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (for Riyadh), the Republic of Korea (for Busan) and Italy (for Rome) - presented their Expo visions during the 171st General Assembly of the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE), which took place in Paris on 28-29 November.   Ukraine Ukraine’s project to organise World Expo 2030 in Odesa was introduced by the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who delivered a video address to the General Assembly indicating that Odesa, “the city of diversity”, would be the ideal host city for READ MORE
    • Specialised Expo 2027/28
    During the 171st General Assembly of the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE), which took place in Paris on 28-29 November, Member States approved the list of candidates to be put forward for the election of the host of Specialised Expo 2027/28. This decision was based on the findings of the Enquiry Missions carried out between July and October 2022, which found the project of the five candidates to be viable and in line with BIE rules. Following the decision, each candidate – Serbia (for Belgrade), Spain (for Malaga), Argentina (for Bariloche), the United States (for Minnesota), and Thailand (for Phuket) – presented READ MORE
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    The Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) held its 171st General Assembly in Paris on 28-29 November 2022. Delegates representing the 170 Member States of the BIE attended the meeting, which included Expo reports and presentations from Candidates for Specialised Expo 2027/28 and World Expo 2030. The General Assembly notably approved the list of candidates for Specialised Expo 2027/28 to be put forward for election, granted official recognition to Horticultural Expo 2027 Yokohama, and adopted special regulations relating to World Expo 2025 Osaka Kansai and Horticultural Expo 2023 Doha. The first part of the session featured reports from the President of READ MORE
    • Expo 2027 Yokohama
    The 171st General Assembly of the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) has formally recognised Expo 2027 Yokohama as an International Horticultural Exhibition. Taking place in Yokohama, Japan, between 19 March and 26 September 2027, the Horticultural Expo will be organised under the theme “Scenery of the Future for Happiness”. BIE Member States, gathered in the General Assembly in Paris, unanimously agreed with the BIE Executive Committee’s recommendation to grant recognition to Expo 2027 Yokohama, requested by the Government of Japan. This recognition confirms the status of the Horticultural Expo as an International Exhibition and makes it possible for Japan to READ MORE
    • Expo 2025 Osaka Kansai
    Representatives of more than 100 countries gathered in Osaka this week as part of the first International Planning Meeting (IPM) in preparation for Expo 2025 Osaka Kansai. With 900 days until the opening of the next World Expo, the meeting provided an opportunity for Expo Organisers, officials from the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE), and representatives of participating countries and international organisations to review progress and ongoing preparations for the event. Following on from Expo 2020 Dubai and the gradual lifting of travel restrictions related to Covid-19, this first large-scale gathering of all key stakeholders in Expo 2025 Osaka Kansai READ MORE
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