Doha to Host 14th Edition of Milipol Qatar in May

28.01.2022 Security
Doha to Host 14th Edition of Milipol Qatar in May

Doha to Host 14th Edition of Milipol Qatar in May

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Milipol Qatar is the international event for homeland security and civil defense in the Middle East. The 14th edition will be held from 24 to 26 May 2022 at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center (DECC).

The worldwide event of homeland security - Milipol - has been organized for the first time in 1984 in Paris and occurs every two years. In 1996, the State of Qatar chose the Milipol trademark for its international references to launch an event dedicated to homeland security in the Middle East.

The Milipol Qatar exhibition is being held every even-numbered year under the authority of the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior of Qatar, H.E. Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani.

The event is known for the professionalism and the quality of attendees, for showcasing the latest innovative products and services and for covering all fields of public and industrial security.

Milipol Qatar provides access to the Middle East security markets and enables key international industry players to meet in a fast-developing environment with medium- to long-term economic and strategic projects.

Strengthening security is a crucial issue in Qatar, to cope to the geopolitical climate and the influx of tourists.

The hosting of the 2022 World Cup and the development of industrial, tourist, logistical and sports infrastructures require the implementation of security and defense solutions to deal with these risks.

According to Search Engine Marketing (SEM), the Homeland Security market in the Middle East will be having a CAGR oh 14.50% during the forecasted period 2019-2025.

Moreover, the Ministry of Interior signed contracts worth USD 107.2 million at Milipol Qatar in March 2021.

Qatar is located in the heart of the Middle East. The 14th Milipol Qatar provides the opportunity for exhibitors to display their latest innovations in a constant challenging worldwide context, as:

  • Qatar is the most secure country in the Middle East and is ranking 27th globally (Global Peace Index 2020)
  • In line with the Qatar National Vision 2030, the country has launched a large investment & infrastructure projects’ plan to develop various sectors and industries
  • All these programs require advanced security solutions and local/international expertise
  • New solutions and advanced security systems are required to face the ever-changing threats, to enhance homeland security, to minimize the possibility of disasters and to improve emergency response rates

In 2021, the show welcomed:

  • 150+ exhibitors from 17 countries
  • 7,924 security professionals from 63 countries
  • 241 official delegates
  • 261 journalists




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