ShieldAfrica 2021: Defense and Security Exhibition in Côte d'Ivoire from 8 to 10 June 2021


Next Tuesday, Côte d'Ivoire will become for 3 days a real crossroads of high-level exchanges on the issues of Security and Defence of Africa thanks to the ShieldAfrica exhibition that will take place in Abidjan from the 8 to 10 June 2021. Army Recognition editorial team will be in Abidjan to cover the event with its Online Show Daily News and Web TV


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Official opening of Shieldafrica 2021 Defense and Security Exhibition in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, Tuesday, June 8, 2021. (Picture source ShieldAfrica)


More than 60 official delegations have registered for ShieldAfrica 2021, the international security and defense exhibition of reference for the African continent. The exhibition gives to African leaders an exceptional opportunity on the continent, to meet together to discuss and discover an offer from many countries in order to: protect States and companies, sensitive infrastructures, high-growth cities, control migratory flows, prevent natural and industrial disasters, and combat terrorism and counter threats that can possibly undermine Africa's development.

Delegations are made up of ministers, state secretaries, chiefs of staff, armament directors, national security directors, as well as heads of police and emergency departments ... They are invited by the Ministry of the Interior and Security of Côte d'Ivoire and by the organizers.

ShieldAfrica allows state decision-makers in African countries to find appropriate responses to Africa’s development security and defense needs. They meet each other, compare their experiences, discuss their needs, and seek solutions together, as it is true that increased efficiency is based on regional approaches. After a year of mostly digital events, we know that human contacts are decisive and that trade fairs are very expected by elites for meetings and discussions.

The number of official delegations is constantly growing. During its first edition in 2013, the exhibition hosted 11 official delegations. There were 74 delegations in 2019.

To date and despite the particular context of the pandemic, no less than 60 official delegations from 30 countries have already registered for ShieldAfrica 2021.

Follow all the news from the Army Recognition editorial team about ShieldAfrica at this link SHIELDAFRICA 2021 Show Daily News

The Daily video coverage of the Army Recognition video team about ShieldAfrica at this link SHIELDAFRICA 2021 Web TV


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