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New drone footage shows Expo 2020 Dubai's construction progress

More than 60 million work hours completed to date as progress seen on Sustainability Pavilion, Al Wasl Plaza

With Expo 2020 Dubai now less than two years away, the organisers of the upcoming World Expo have revealed new drone footage showcasing construction site progress.

Expo 2020 Dubai will open its doors to the world on 20 October, 2020. Work is under way in full swing on various structures within the expo site, including architectural higlights Al Wasl Plaza and its Thematic Districts.

In its latest drone footage of the construction site, Expo 2020 Dubai reveals that the Sustainability Pavilion, one of the World Expo's key structures, is rapidly shaping up.

Additionally, Expo 2020 Dubai revealed, more than 60 million work hours have been completed on the megaproject's construction site.

Expo 2020 Dubai's site footage comes days after Belarus and Ukraine revealed details of their respective pavilions for the world expo. 

To date, 190 countries have confirmed their participation at Expo 2020 Dubai, the organiser said in a statement announcing the Ukraine Pavilion early in February 2019. 

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