Emirati astronaut Neyadi's posters adorn the streets of New Delhi ahead of G20 summit
In tribute to the United Arab Emirates, billboards featuring Emirati astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi have appeared throughout the Indian capital New Delhi which is preparing to host the 18th G20 summit.
These large billboards serve as a reminder of the international cooperation that continues to drive progress in scientific endeavors.
Al-Neyadi returned to Earth at the beginning of this week, after completing the longest Arab space mission aboard the International Space Station. He also became the first Arab astronaut to complete a spacewalk.
The successful Al Neyadi mission marked a milestone in the ambitious space programme of the United Arab Emirates, which aims to make significant contributions to space exploration and science. The timing of these paintings also coincides with the achievement achieved by India in space exploration through the Chandrayaan 3 mission of the Space Research Organization. India, which recently made a successful landing on the moon.
The visual campaign, which shows the famous astronaut in his space suit, attracted the attention of city residents and delegations alike.
Burjeel Holding, one of the largest companies providing healthcare services in the Middle East and North Africa, chose to celebrate Al Neyadi’s achievements through these billboards in prominent locations in the heart of New Delhi, and expressed in a statement its pride in the Emirates space mission, and celebrated Al Neyadi’s return in a statement saying: “We are committed to promoting science, innovation and healthcare, and Al Neyadi’s journey is fully aligned with this goal, and we are proud to honor his achievements, which are a symbol of the strong relationship between the UAE and India.”