|2030 Busan or Rome or Odesa or Riyadh (candidates)|
|Category||International Registered Exhibition|
|Country||South Korea or Italy or Ukraine or Saudi Arabia (candidates)|
|City||Busan or Rome or Odesa or Riyadh (candidates)|
|Previous||Expo 2025 in Osaka|
|Previous||Expo 2027 in Yokohama|
Expo 2030 is a proposed world's fair to be held in 2030. Russia, South Korea, Italy, Ukraine, and Saudi Arabia have submitted bids to hold the event.
Russia was the first to submit a bid, with a submission for Moscow on 25 April 2021. This opened a six-month window for other submissions to be made by 29 October. Following five conferences to attract attention for a 2030 bid, South Korea submitted a proposal for Busan on 23 June 2021. Italy was the third country to submit a bid, proposing the city of Rome as host city. Ukraine submitted a bid for Odesa on 15 October. Saudi Arabia submitted a bid for Riyadh on 29 October. The host country of Expo 2030 will be elected in 2023 by BIE member states.
On 29 October 2021 BIE confirmed five bids for the Expo 2030:
Russia had proposed a bid for Moscow, but withdrew in May 2022 following military invasion of Ukraine.