By Vugar Khalilov
Azerbaijan's capital city Baku will host the international
defense exhibition ADEX at the Baku Expo Center on September 6-8,
Azernews reports, citing the Defense Industry Ministry.
The event will be organized by the Caspian Event Organizers
Company at the initiative of the Azerbaijani Defense Industry
Ministry with the support of the Defense Ministry.
Over 200 companies from 26 nations are anticipated to attend the
event to showcase their cutting-edge weaponry and equipment.
Participants will include top military businesses from Bulgaria,
China, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Belarus, Iran, Israel,
Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Russia, Turkey, Jordan, and others.
The exhibition's main sponsors are Jadara Equipment & Defense
Systems (Jordan), Turkish Aerospace, and ASFAT companies.
The ADEX exhibition, which will be held for the first time in
the aftermath of Azerbaijan's great triumph in the 44-day war, will
be especially important in underlining the importance of modern
weaponry in gaining military victories.
The Azerbaijani Defense Industry Ministry's stands will be
placed in the first and third halls of the Baku Expo Center to
display the latest domestically manufactured weaponry and military
equipment. Participants at the event will be able to learn about
the latest developments in the country's military industry, as well
as the Azerbaijani armed forces' current and expanding
A large-scale demonstration of the most modern types of weapons
at ADEX will contribute to the technical re-equipment of the armed
forces, as well as create conditions for constructive
communication, experience exchange, and the establishment of
effective relationships between local and foreign
Aircraft and aviation systems, naval ships and naval systems,
armored combat vehicles, radio-electronic systems, C4ISR,
optical-electronic equipment and systems, unmanned systems,
military clothing and supplies, weapons and ammunition, simulators,
and training systems, as well as radiation, chemical, and
biological defense systems, military organizations, export
promotion enterprises, etc., will be represented at the
Parallel to ADEX, the 13th International Internal Security,
Protection, and Rescue Exhibition Securex Caspian will be also
held, showcasing promising models of equipment, complicated
protection systems, and weaponry for law-enforcement, border,
rescue, firefighting, and special services.
The event will be co-organized by the Azerbaijani Defense
Industry Ministry, the State Security Service, the Emergencies
Ministry, the Interior Ministry, and the State Border Service.
The Securex Caspian exhibition is believed to contribute to the
creation of favorable conditions for the growth of collaboration,
the sharing of experience, and the resolution of problems related
to the state, society, and citizens' security.
Chiefs of the Azerbaijani law-enforcement and rescue agencies,
emergency rescue and border services, international delegations, as
well as professionals in urban infrastructure, transportation, and
industrial businesses, among others, will attend the event.
Alarm and warning devices, forensic optical instruments,
emergency rescue vehicles and equipment, fire safety equipment, and
other sectors will also be showcased at the event.
A comprehensive business program has been developed for the ADEX
and Securex Caspian exhibits. The 4th Azerbaijan International
Defense and Security Conference (sessions on topics such as
unmanned systems, cyber security, innovations in the field of
military medicine, etc.) will be held during the three-day
In addition, bilateral meetings will be held between the
participants of the exhibition and representatives of international
delegations, as well as relevant institutions of Azerbaijan.
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