Japanese and Korean ambassadors visit Saudi International Falcons and Hunting Exhibition
Japanese Ambassador to the Kingdom, Fumio Iwai, and Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to the Kingdom, Park Yoon-young , visited today Saudi International Falcons and Hunting Exhibition being organized by Saudi Falcons Club at its headquarters in Mulham, north of Riyadh.
The two Ambassadors toured the exhibition including more than 25 pavilions, and were briefed on the club's efforts in gathering everything related to the heritage of falconry, trips and hunting in one place, with the aim of preserving the Saudi cultural heritage and raising awareness, environmental sustainability, identity and hobby.
The two ambassadors were also briefed on the area designated for falcon production farms, where the international auction of falcon production farms will be held in conjunction with the exhibition, with the participation of more than 40 leading farms from more than 17 countries, and will continue until September 3.
They were introduced to the arms pavilion, which includes 7 Saudi companies representing more than 55 international brands, as well as Shaleel Digital Museum, the Falconer Pavilion, the pavilions of road trip tools and modified cars, the local market, and many interesting events, in addition to exhibition competitions in photography, wild cooking and plastic arts.
Source: Saudi Press Agency