lundi 21 juillet 2014

National delegation visits the future Chile pavilion on Expo Milan 2015

"Expo Milano 2015 will be joined of the most important centers of the world to spread our culture and our arts", said Antonio Arevalo, Cultural Attache of Chile in Italy.

Milan Expo 2015 is a meeting that will bring together more than 140 countries around the goal of contributing to the debate on agricultural sustainability, balance between production and consumption, and food safety.

On Monday, the construction of the Chilean Pavilion at the International Exposition of Milan 2015 was made official, with the visit of a delegation headed the Chilean ambassador to Italy, Fernando Ayala; ProChile director in Milan, Augusto Aninat; Commissioner General of Chile Expo Milan, Lorenzo Constans; ambassador to the Vatican, Mónica Jiménez; consul in Milan, Guillermo Martinez; press attaché of the Embassy in Rome, Maria Angelica Alvarez; and Antonio Arévalo, cultural attaché of Embassy of Chile in Italy.

Chilean authorities received technical writing field and reviewed the foundations of the work, which covers about 2 million square feet.

Regarding the importance of the participation of our country in this international expo, the cultural attache Antonio Arevalo said that "not only will strengthen economic exchanges of our country; also be one of the most important centers of the world, to spread our culture and arts."

Source : National Council for Culture and the Arts

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