Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Yemen participates in BIDEC 2017 defence exhibition

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Yemen weapons manufacturer has taken part in the Bahrain International Defense Exhibition and Conference 2017 (BIDEC) which is being held in partnership with the Arab Coalition for Defending the Legitimacy and the Islamic Military Alliance for Fighting Terrorism.

That was reported by sabanew.net.

Advisor of the Supreme Commander of the Military Forces Lieutenant General Mohammad al-Maqdashi headed Yemen’s delegation.

Participated by senior officials and commanders from the countries of the region, the exhibition is the first inclusive international in the region to include ground, air and marine defense equipment and represents a chance for meeting experts, specialists and representatives of companies manufacturing the three defense military equipment in one site.

The exhibition represents a stage for the greatest international companies showing most recent military technologies and defense and provides an opportunity for acquainting with most modern defense systems and technologies.

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