Qatar to Host The Middle East Naval Commanders Conference

31.10.2011 Qatar
Qatar to Host The Middle East Naval Commanders Conference

Qatar to Host The Middle East Naval Commanders Conference

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The 3rd Doha International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference (DIMDEX 2012) has announced that the Royal United Services Institute for Defense and Security Studies (RUSI Qatar) will produce and manage the Middle East Naval Commanders (MENC) Conference taking place in Doha on March 27.

DIMDEX 2012 will be staged in the new Qatar National Convention Centre from 26-28 March 2012.

Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, Heir Apparent and Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, DIMDEX 2012 is hosted by the Qatar Armed Forces and the Qatari Emiri Naval Forces.

The MENC conference is a key component of DIMDEX 2012’s three-day program and brings Senior Naval Commanders, policy-makers, government officials and analysts together in Doha to discuss key developments in the maritime field

Staff Brigadier (Sea) Mohammed Bin Nasser Al Mohannadi, Chairman of DIMDEX 2012 said: “DIMDEX’s MENC Conference provides a unique and high profile forum where naval commanders from across the GCC meet their international contemporaries to discuss the crucial issues facing today’s maritime defense industry. RUSI’s expertise in promoting debate between military and security communities in the GCC makes it an ideal partner for the MENC Conference.”

David Roberts, Deputy Director of RUSI Qatar said: “RUSI is delighted to partner with DIMDEX 2012 for the MENC Conference which is the region’s only dedicated conference for senior naval professionals. The conference theme this year is “the strategic importance of maritime security in protecting the global economy” which will highlight the significant role that naval forces play in generating and maintaining the stability needed for business, economics and overall prosperity.”



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