The Egypt Defence Expo (EDEX) 2018 was launched at a press conference last week with to an audience of Defence Attachés, representatives of the Egyptian Armed Forces, members of the media and the defence industry.
Attendees were addressed by a panel which included Major General Doctor Mohamed Al Assar, Minister of State for Military Production, Major General Tarek Saad Zaghlol, Chairman of Egypt Armaments Authority, Major General Mohsen Abdel Nabi, Chairman of Armed Foces Moral Affairs Department, Tim Porter, Managing Director of Clarion Defence & Security and Thomas Gaunt, Event Director, Clarion Defence & Security.
The briefing outlined the exhibition and how industry and military will be offered the best possible opportunities to make the most of EDEX 2018, which will take place 3-5 December 2018 at Egypt International Exhibition Centre, a brand new state of the art venue in Cairo.
Early-bird bookings for exhibition space are now open.
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