USA Pavilion Welcomes Presidential Delegation from United States to Expo 2017 August 28, 2017

USA Pavilion Welcomes Presidential Delegation from  United States to Expo 2017
Delegation highlights America’s ‘Source of Infinite Energy’ during tour and lunch presentation  

ASTANA, KAZAKHSTAN – Today, the USA Pavilion at Expo 2017 welcomed a Presidential Delegation from the United States, led by U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy Dan R. Brouillette and other key government and business leaders.

“We are honored to have Deputy Secretary Brouillette and his fellow members of the Presidential Delegation visit the USA Pavilion,” said Dr. Joshua Walker, President and CEO of the USA Pavilion. “Since the first day of Expo, our Student Ambassadors have shared the source of infinite energy with hundreds of thousands of people from around the world. We are proud to share it with this amazing delegation from the United States and wish them well on the remainder of their trip.”

During their visit, the delegation was treated to an immersive experience showcasing America’s pioneering spirit of innovation, followed by hands-on interaction with some of the revolutionary new technologies being pioneered by leading U.S. companies including General Electric (GE).

The delegation, led by Deputy Secretary Brouillette, also included U.S. Ambassador to Kazakhstan, George Krol; U.S. Congressman Kevin Cramer (R-ND); Ray Washburne, President and CEO of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and Lisa Curtis, Deputy Assistant to the President and Senior Director on South and Central Asia at the National Security Council.