Mwani Qatar on Tuesday signed a partnership agreement with the committee for the 12th International Exhibition of Internal Security and Civil Defence 2018 (Milipol Qatar) to be held from October 29 to 31 at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre.
Under the agreement, Mwani Qatar will be the main sponsor of Milipol Qatar, the biggest security exhibition of its kind in the region to held under the patronage of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani.
The agreement was signed by Mwani Qatar CEO Captain Abdulla al-Khanji and Milipol Qatar Committee president Brigadier Nasser bin Fahd al-Thani.
Al-Khanji said: “Our support for Milipol Qatar 2018 stems from our deep belief in its importance and its role in enhancing public safety and security and within our social responsibility and our commitment to work towards realising the Qatar National Vision 2030 and transforming Qatar into a regional trading hub in line with the Ministry of Transport and Communications’ strategic plan.”
He said the exhibition represents an important opportunity to showcase the best solutions and products in the fields of homeland security and civil defence and discuss the importance of safety and security for populations.
Brigadier Nasser bin Fahd thanked Mwani Qatar for its support for Milipol Qatar 2018, pointing out that the sponsorship will assure the exhibition’s success and help achieve the Milipol Qatar Committee’s objectives to bring the exhibition to international levels.
“This year's edition will provide unprecedented experiences to exhibitors, visitors, buyers, and industry professionals, as well as providing a unique platform for decision-makers and defence and security professionals,” he said.
Milipol Qatar 2018 shines light on the latest and extensive range of security and safety innovations and products. This year’s edition will, for the first time, include live demonstrations, where exhibitors, visitors, and buyers can witness new products and innovations in action.
The event is expected to witness a wide participation of global companies operating in the internal security sector. The exhibition brings together key global civil defence players for a series of focused conference sessions and agenda-setting panel discussions on the latest and emerging civil defence trends and best practices.
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