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Participation aux Expositions – Partage d’expériences à Libreville

Entretien avec Nina Abouna (Gabon), Patrice Nimi (Angola), Tiranké Virginie Keita Kabassan (Guinée) et Noboyuki Ariyama (Expo 2025 Osaka Kansai)

Participation aux Expositions – Partage d’expériences à Libreville

Bureau International des Expositions

Du 13 au 15 février dernier, la première session multilatérale du Programme de Renforcement des Capacités, organisée par le Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) en partenariat avec le Gouvernement du Gabon, s'est tenue à Libreville. Au cours de cet événement, Nina Abouna (Gabon), Patrice Nimi (Angola), Tiranké Virginie Keita Kabassan (Guinée) et Noboyuki Ariyama (Expo 2025 Osaka Kansai) ont partagé avec le BIE, leurs points de vue et enseignements. Ces discussions, à un peu plus d'un an de la prochaine Exposition Universelle, Expo 2025 Osaka Kansai, offrent des perspectives pratiques et des retours d'expérience sur les défis associés à la participation aux Expositions.

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