JBBA sent a letter to Bulgarian Government regarding the upcoming important global event – the next World’s Fair, which will be held in 2025 in Osaka-Kansai, Japan, with the strong support and commitment to the organization from the Japanese government.
The theme of the exhibition will be “Designing a future society for our existence” with sub-themes “How to lead a healthy life in various ways” and “Sustainable socio-economic systems”. The 2025 World’s Fair in Osaka is expected to attract about 28 million visitors from around the world.
The content of the forum will focus on life in 3 areas:
∙ saving lives, with a focus on tackling infection and prolonging healthy lives
∙ stimulating lives, with a focus on creating education and employment in the field of artificial intelligence and robotics.
∙ connecting lives by promoting understanding between different cultures and achieving innovation.
Traditionally, World Exhibitions, officially known as International Registered Exhibitions, are a global hub of nations dedicated to finding solutions to pressing problems of our time. The World’s Fair welcomes tens of millions of visitors, enabling countries to build extraordinary pavilions and transform the host city for years to come. The first World’s Fair – the Grand Fair – was held in London in 1851.
Today, the World’s Fair is unsurpassed among international events in size, scale, duration and number of visitors. It is a large-scale platform for education and progress and serves as a bridge between governments, companies, international organizations and citizens.
For more information regarding World Expo 2025, please visit https://www.expo2025.or.jp/en/