Leaders of Defense to Meet at Milipol Qatar

Leaders of Defense to Meet at Milipol Qatar
Leaders of Defense to Meet at Milipol Qatar

Milipol Qatar, the leading international event for internal security and civil defense in the Middle East, will be held at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center on May 24-26 to tackle the increasingly complex challenges of internal security at a time of increasing demand for innovative solutions and advanced security systems. (DECC) is taking place.

The international internal security and civil defense event takes place in Doha from May 24-26.

The official opening of the 14th Milipol Qatar, organized under the patronage of Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, Emir of Qatar, will be held by Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani, Prime Minister and Minister of Interior of Qatar. The event is jointly organized by the Paris-based international event organizer Comexposium and the Ministry of Interior of Qatar.

Milipol Qatar 2022 is expected to host more than 30 official delegates and dignitaries from 240 countries, including ministers from Iraq, Lebanon, Moldavia and Ukraine.

Civipol CEO and Chairman of Milipol activities Governor Yann Jounot stated that decision makers, security forces, technical practitioners, infrastructure developers and citizens are looking for new solutions to overcome these rapidly developing security problems in an environment of Covid, intense cyber threat and geopolitical instability; stressed that this year's event will turn into an innovation center. “Milipol Qatar reinforced the region's unrivaled internal security and civil defense event status last year with a contract volume exceeding 89 million Euros and a participant satisfaction rate of 82 percent,” said Jounot.

Milipol Qatar's event this year is expected to surpass last year's event, which attracted more than 17 exhibitors from 220 countries and more than 80 visitors from 8 countries.

Milipol Events Director François Jullien said, “The industry is very eager to exhibit its innovations and solutions to buyers and opinion leaders, to meet official international delegations, to develop business in the Middle East, to exchange information with security experts, as well as to participate in Milipol Qatar's knowledge-sharing seminar program.” .

Stating that the Middle East's homeland security market is expected to grow at an annual rate of 2019 percent from 2025 to 14,5, according to Market Research Engine, Jullien said: “Qatar's strategic location in the heart of the region makes it the predicted sector. makes it an ideal meeting point to access the business potential arising from its growth. Participants will also have the opportunity to contribute to Qatar's domestic and civil defense needs within the scope of the country's National Vision 2030, which requires advanced security solutions and large investments in infrastructure projects that require local and international expertise.”

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