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I've been updating the Expo 2030 bidders a while ago, Two past Olympic host cities Moscow (Russia) host of the 1980 games and Rome host of the 1960 games are bidding to host the World Expo 2030 and competing against the other cities: Busan (South Korea), Odessa (Ukraine) and Riyadh (Saudi Arabia). Saudi Arabia is also focusing on the 2034 Asian Games in Riyadh and bidding for the 2027 AFC Asian Cup. If Moscow is selected it world mark 50 years since the city hosted the Olympics. I Expect Moscow to host the World Expo 2030, it would be the first time that Russia has hosted the World Expo. The host city will be selected in 2023. Moscow bid website: https://expo2030moscow.com/ Busan bid website: http://www.expo2030busan.kr/ Rome bid website: https://www.romeexpo2030.com/?l=en Odessa bid website: https://expo2030odesa.com/en/ Riyadh bid website: Official website Coming Soon.
I've been getting news for the Specialized Expo 2027/28 news with the candidates of San Carlos de Bariloche (Argentina), Belgrade (Serbia), Málaga (Spain), Phuket (Thailand) and Minnesota (USA). First up, is Minnesota (USA) the 1st candidate for the event: The theme for Minnesota 2027 will be: "Healthy People, Healthy Planet: Wellness and Well-Being for All" and would take place between May 15th and August 15th 2027 if Minnesota is awarded the Expo 2027/28 and would be the first time the Expo would be held in USA since 1984 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Next stop, Phuket (Thailand) the 2nd candidate: Phuket 2028 will use the theme: "Future of Life: Living in Harmony, Sharing Prosperity". It would take place from March 20th to June 17th 2028 if Phuket is chosen and would be the first time the Expo held in Southeast Asia (ASEAN). Moving on now to Belgrade, Serbia the 3rd candidate for Expo 2027/28: The theme Belgrade 2027 will be: "Play for Humanity: Sport and Music for All". It would be held between May 15th and August 15th 2027 if the BIE selects Belgrade and would be the first time the Expo would be held in the former Yugoslavia and the first in Europe since 2008 in Zaragoza, Spain. Speaking of Spain, let's now view Málaga, Spain the 4th candidate: The concept of Málaga 2027 is: "The Urban Era: towards the Sustainable City". It would takes place between June 5th and September 5th 2027 should Málaga be successfully awarded the Expo and first in Spain and Europe since 2008 in Zaragoza. And last but not least, San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina the fifth and final candidate: The theme for Bariloche 2027 will be: "Nature + Technology = sustainable energy: A viable future for humanity". It would be taking place between February 1st and April 30th 2027 if Baroloche is successful and would be the second time after Buenos Aires 2023 and would be the first to host two consecutive expo since USA in 1982 and 1984. Who do you think will host the Expo 2027? I think Belgrade, Serbia should be awarded the Expo 2027 because of the theme: "Play for Humanity: Sport and Music for All" fits this topic and the sporting values and development in Serbia.
Gov't backing Osaka's bid to host World Expo in 2025 September 29, 2016 (Mainichi Japan) Japanese version The administration of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is preparing to have Osaka stand as a candidate to host the World Expo in 2025, it has been learned. The administration judged that having Osaka host the expo would serve as a reflationary measure following the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Officials plan to register the city as a candidate with the Paris-based Bureau International des Expositions as early as next spring. The Osaka Prefectural Government has been engaged in activities to draw the expo to the city. In contrast with the Olympic Games, where a local body stands as a candidate, the central government plays the central role in bids to host the World Expo. The prefectural government has accordingly approached the central government for support. In September 2014, the prefectural government began considering hosting the expo with the aim of revitalizing the economy. Osaka Gov. Ichiro Matsui, head of the political party Initiatives from Osaka (Nippon Ishin no Kai), repeatedly sought cooperation from Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, to whom he has close ties, for the move to go ahead. In August this year, Matsui met in Tokyo with Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Hiroshige Seko and made a formal request for assistance. One government official divulged, "Suga instructed the Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry to give the issue full consideration, and Mr. Seko is positive about it." In a question session at a plenary session of the House of Representatives on Sept. 28, Abe stated, "The expo results in an increase in visitors not only to the host area but to our country (as a whole), and provides a spark to vitalize local economies." Regarding a basic concept for the expo that the prefectural government will compile as early as this autumn, Abe stated, "We will carefully examine the details and move ahead to give it proper consideration. In comments in the Diet in January, Abe had merely stated, "I'd like to determine the feasibility of the plan." Abe's latest response came as a reply to Nobuyuki Baba, secretary-general of Initiatives from Osaka. With forces in favor of revising the Constitution having secured a two-thirds majority in both chambers of the Diet following the July House of Councillors election, it appears that Abe hopes to deepen ties with the party from Osaka. Paris is also expected to put its name forward as a candidate to host the 2025 World Expo. If Osaka is chosen, Japan can expect to revisit the Olympic-Expo combination that underscored a period of high economic growth with the staging of the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games and Expo '70 in Osaka. http://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20160929/p2a/00m/0na/003000c