The exhibition was visited by almost 30,000 people in the first two days. In addition to the varied offerings of the pavilions, those interested could meet other colorful programs, spectacular presentations, and concerts.
During the World Conservation Forum, a number of interesting presentations took place, including by Ali Kaka, Vice-President of the World Conservation Union (IUCN); Tom Butime, Uganda’s Minister for Tourism and Wildlife; and Vladimir Rakhmanin, Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
On Sunday afternoon, a series of programs also opened in Vásárosnamény, one of the most important rural venues of the world exhibition. At the ceremony, Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén drew attention to the importance of the connection between nature management and sustainable hunting. At the Vásárosnamény site, visitors can see, among other things, a newly created hunting exhibition, which is the private collection of Zoltán B. Kiss.
On Monday, the International Pavilion hosted the Polish National Day, opened by Deputy Minister Edward Siarka. As part of the World Conservation Forum, Jacques Trouvilliez, Secretary-General of the Secretariat of the Convention on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds (AEWA), gave a presentation with the title Bird Day. The 67th General Assembly of the International Council on Hunting and Game Conservation (CIC) also continued with various professional programs.
The first participants of the school program also arrived. More than 70 student groups and 3,000 students planned to visit Hungexpo on Monday. Children could explore the spectacular and informative content of the pavilions via guided tours. Nearly 40,000 students visited the exhibition.
On Thursday, FeHoVa PLUS, the largest trade event for hunters, anglers and nature lovers in the Carpathian Basin, will open and can be visited with a ticket to the exhibition.