Bahrain international defence exhibition and conference

16-18 October 2017
Bahrain International
Exhibition & Convention Centre

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BIDEC

Official VIP Delegations

VISIT BAHRAIN’S PREMIER TRI-SERVICE DEFENCE SHOW AS AN OFFICIAL DELEGATION

To be considered as an Official VIP Delegation for BIDEC 2017, you must manage one or more of the following activities in your organisation:

  • Develop operational strategies
  • Specify future requirements
  • Engage in procurement decisions
  • Influence and shape future policy

What can Official VIP Delegations expect at BIDEC 2017?

  • Time efficient visit
  • Visits/meetings relevant to your job
  • Scheduled appointment times
  • List of who you will be meeting with and the subject of meeting
  • VIP treatment (see below)

VIP treatment includes:

  • BIDEC DelegationsPersonalised Invitation to attend
  • Registration as VIP
  • Registration of accompanying staff (Private Secretaries, Military Advisers, Security Officers)
  • Welcome packs on arrival with badge
  • VIP welcome on arrival
  • Full administration details to facilitate visit planning
  • VIP fast track entrance
  • Exclusive access to VIP Lunch
  • Complimentary access to BIDEC Gala Dinner
  • Complimentary access to MEMAC Conference Series
  • Complimentary invitations to all networking receptions and off-site activities

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BIDEC News

The latest BIDEC 2017 updates and other defence and security news in the Middle East
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  • Bahrain’s National Guard’s Director-of-Staff, Major General Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Saud Al Khalifa, received Kuwait’s Military Attaché to the Kingdom, Major General Ali Suleiman Al-Asaker, Bahrain News Agency (BNA) reported.
  • His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Bahrain’s Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and First Deputy Prime Minister, visited the Royal Guards Headquarters to honor Bahrain Defense Force (BDF) Task Force 12, which participated in Operation Restoring Hope as part of the Saudi-led Arab Coalition mission to restore stability in Yemen.

    Upon arrival, the Crown Prince was received by Defense Affairs Minister, Lieutenant-General Yusuf bin Ahmed Al-Jalahma, BDF’s Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Theyab bin Saqer Al Noaimi, Royal Guards Commander, His Highness Brigadier Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Royal Guards Special Forces Commander, His Highness Major Sheikh Khaled bin Hamad Al Khalifa, and senior officers.

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