(ANSA) – Dubai, January 22 – Prince William will visit the United Arab Emirates on February 10, in a trip that coincides with the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Gulf state and which will see him participate in the celebration of the National Day of the United Kingdom. At Expo 2020 in Dubai. According to a statement, this is William’s first official visit to the United Arab Emirates, which was a British protectorate before its founding.
“The relationship between the UK and the UAE is deep and strong, and Prince William’s visit will highlight and build on these relationships, while providing the opportunity to interact with Emirati youth, government leaders and environmental advocates,” the note said.
William will join the UK National Day festivities at Expo Dubai, which will also include passing the Queen’s Baton Relay, the Olympic torch equivalent of the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games, as he parades at the World Expo site to visit the Commonwealth national pavilions.
During the visit, Prince William will be able to learn more about initiatives related to protected areas for the flora and fauna of the Gulf, and will take the opportunity to present two programs to the Royal Foundation: United for Wildlife and the Earthshot Prize. (Dealing).
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