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Emphasis of “Strong Turkey” at IDEF 2021

by Buse Köse

Şebnem ASİL / s.asil@milscint.com

Ümit BAYRAKTAR / ubayraktar@milscint.com

Naile BAYRAKTAR / n.bayraktar@milscint.com

K. Burak CODUR / b.codur@milscint.com

Alper ÇALIK / a.calik@milscint.com

After the mandatory break given to sectoral events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, IDEF 2021 was held in Istanbul between 17-20 August. From the point of view of the exhibited products, product variety and the foreign delegations the fair hosted, it gave the message of “Strong Turkey” especially for the international market.

IDEF 2021 hosted its visitors in a total of 120 thousand square meters of indoor space in 14 exhibition halls. The main statistics about the fair are listed as follows:

  • 1,238 exhibitors from 53 countries (538 domestic, 700 foreign)
  • 6,8795 professional visitors from 94 countries
  • A total of 163 delegations and 614 delegation members from 81 countries and 2 international organizations
  • 29 Turkish procurement authorities that opened meeting offices
  • 4,055 scheduled meetings
President Erdoğan and Julius Maada Bio, The President of Sierra Leone, and the participants cut the opening ribbon.

The 2021 edition is a new link in IDEF’s evolution on general statistics. For example, the number of participating companies increased to 1,238 this year while this number was 1,061 in IDEF 2019. On the other hand, a remarkable change was observed in the interest shown by foreign countries and companies to the fair. While many main contractor companies from the USA and Europe did not open stands this year, it was noticed that there was an intense delegation from African countries.

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

The meetings and agreements signed by Hulusi Akar, Minister of National Defence, and Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir, The President of Defence Industries, with the participating delegations gave important clues about the export route of the Turkish defence and aerospace industry in the upcoming period.  Numerous signing ceremonies were also held during the fair. We have listed them for our readers in the table titled “Contracts, Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation Protocols Signed during IDEF 2021”.

Trade statistics published in the final fair report showed that the success of the IDEF 2021 attendance figures also corresponds to the participants and visitors. According to the surveys;

  • 90% of visitors recommend the fair to business circles,
  • 99% of the visitors leave the fair satisfied,
  • 98% of the visitors state that they achieved their purpose of visit at this fair, and
  • 98% of the visitors plan to visit the next fair as well.

In case of the participants;

  • 82% of them recommend the fair to business circles,
  • 88% of them leave the fair satisfied,
  • 90% of them state that they achieved their purpose of visit at this fair, and
  • 95% of them plan to visit the next fair as well.
Hulusi Akar, Minister of National Defence

MSI TDR is the Main Information Source

Due to the pandemic, visitors other than industry professionals were not allowed to IDEF 2021. Visits to the fair were limited to one day. In this environment, 3 separate issues of the Turkish edition of MSI Turkish Defence Review (TDR) prepared for the fair (Land, Naval and Air Systems IDEF Special Issues), IDEF Special Issue of English edition of MSI TDR and IDEF Special Issue of AMAC Magazine, the sister publication of MSI TDR have been the publications that keep the pulse of the industry both for the visitors trying to explore the fair in a limited time and for the interested people who couldn’t visit the fair. All the contents of these issues have been prepared specifically for the fair in line with the IDEF 2021 agenda of the companies.

As MSI TDR, we will cover all the outstanding developments of IDEF 2021. We will share IDEF 2021 Special Coverage with our readers in parts, spread over several issues as of September. We present the first part of the special coverage to your attention on the following pages.

Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir, President of Defence Industries

The Opening Ceremony Gathered Turkish and Foreign VIPs

The opening ceremony of the fair was held this year with a limited guest list as part of the COVID-19 measures. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, The President of Turkish Republic, Julius Maada Bio, The President of Sierra Leone, Ersan Saner, The Prime Minister of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Fuat Oktay, Vice President of Turkish Republic, Hulusi Akar, Minister of National Defence, Hakan Fidan, Head of National Intelligence Organization, Fahrettin Altun, Director of Communications, İbrahim Kalın, The Presidential Spokesperson, İsmail Demir, The President of Defence Industries, General Yaşar Güler, Commander of the Turkish Armed Forces , General Musa Avsever, Commander of the Land Forces , Admiral Adnan Özbal, Commander of the Naval Forces, General Hasan Küçükakyüz, Commander of the Air Force, Sadık Piyade, Deputy General Manager of Turkish Armed Forces Foundation (TAFF) and defence ministers from guest countries attended the ceremony.

“We invest in Technologies, Tools and Products of Future”

Sadık Piyade, Deputy General Manager of Turkish Armed Forces Foundation (TAFF)

President Erdoğan, in his speech at the ceremony stated that the continuous increase in the number and quality of the participation in the fair is the expression of the success of the country’s defence industry and continued as follows: “The agreements and protocols signed here indicate that our fair has now gained a global place in the field of defence industry. It is in such a climate that we are holding IDEF 2021. Our fair has the richest appearance to date in terms of both our guests attending the opening and the participating companies.”

President Erdoğan explained Turkey’s view on defence and defence industry issues with the following words: “Turkey is a country that is pleased to share every opportunity and capability it has developed in the defence industry with its allies. We have never seen and do not see the relations regarding the defence industry as an ordinary commercial relationship. We believe that the establishment of a climate of peace, stability and trust in our region and in the world depends on establishing a fair balance in the defence industry. As a leading member of NATO, the world’s largest defence pact, we believe that our contribution to regional and world peace will increase as we develop our national defence industry. We are striving to do our part in this direction by increasing our defence expenditures and the resources we allocate to research and development in a balanced way. The fact that many products that we have developed with national means take place in our fair is the proof of the distance we have covered in this regard.

Turkey has put such a heavy burden on the defence industry to overcome the difficulties caused by global suppliers and the hidden and open embargoes it is exposed to. As a country left alone in the most critical moments of its fight against terrorism and could not reach any product it needed while its borders were under threat, we were compelled to take steps to meet our own needs quickly. We used the opportunities provided by the projects we carried out to secure our own borders and to create a security zone in our region with cross-border operations. The level we have reached has now led us to much greater goals. Beyond meeting today’s needs in the defence industry, we invest in the technologies of the future, the vehicles of the future, and the products of the future. In particular, we produce ambitious projects on land, air and navalvehicles that work on the basis of artificial intelligence. We exist and will exist in every field that will meet the needs of the future, such as UAVs, unmanned naval vehicles, unmanned aerial vehicles, electromagnetic guns, laser weapons and satellite systems. Sharing every opportunity, every capability and every product we have developed with our friends will continue to be our indispensable priority.”

IDEF 2021 hosted its visitors in a total of 120 thousand square meters of indoor space in 14 exhibition halls.

Emphasis on Balanced Cooperation

At the beginning of his speech, Hulusi Akar, Minister of National Defence, also emphasized on future: “Countries wishing to have a say in the world of tomorrow have to keep their defence and security strategies up-to-date and be prepared for risks and threats. The shape of the operational environment in the coming years becomes too difficult to be resolved with classical approaches and traditional thinking patterns.”

Minister Akar noted that Turkey has managed to bring the domestic and nationality rate closer to 80 percent in the defence industry. He expressed his belief in Turkey’s human resources, potential and defence industry companies that will turn this into power with the following words. “We wholeheartedly believe that we will reach a domestic and national defence industry in critical technologies with the cooperation of public, TAFF institutions, private sector and universities and move our country to a strong position of exporting technology in the international arena.”

Minister Akar also touched upon international cooperation and said: “We attach great importance to establishing cooperation and making agreements with friendly and allied countries in the military and defence industry. In addition to Turkish private sector organizations, investments made by foreign entrepreneurs in our country also add great value to our defence industry. For this reason, we will definitely continue to support the investments of countries and organizations – that aim to make a balanced cooperation with our country – in our country and our investments in friendly and brotherly countries. Our aim is to carry our cooperation efforts to the highest level by developing projects in the field of defence industry whose cost-benefit analysis has been done meticulously. Therefore, we are very pleased that agreements and protocols to pave the way for the initiation and development of cooperation in the defence industry will be signed at IDEF.”

Approximately 750 Projects with 60 Billion Dollars

Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir, The President of Defence Industries, in his speech summarized the latest works regarding the industry: “Today, the Turkish Armed Forces uses helicopters, UAVs, military ships, armoured vehicles, missiles, air defence and weapon systems, electronic systems and other platforms and products developed and produced by the Turkish defence industry. In addition, our gendarme and security forces carry out their activities and operations with products that we have developed with domestic and national resources.

The Presidency of Defence Industries serves to meet the needs of our security forces and armed forces with high quality through the knowledge, experience and knowledge of project management, industrialization, quality, testing and international cooperation gained over many years.

At the point we have reached today, we are working on approximately 750 projects worth 60 billion dollars. Our defence industry continues to grow steadily with its strong infrastructure. We are working to meet the needs of friendly and allied countries as well as our own needs.”

Defence Industry Cooperation Agreement between Turkey and Iraq was signed between Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir, the President of Defence Industries, and Mohamed Saheb Al-Daraji, Chairman of the Military Industrialization Board of the Republic of Iraq.

Support to SMEs

In his speech, Sadık Piyade, Deputy General Manager of TAFF, presenting general information about the fair, emphasized that IDEF is among the 3 largest defence fairs in the world in terms of the number of participants and planned bilateral relations, despite the pandemic conditions.

Piyade underlined that, as in previous years, serious financial facilities were provided to domestic SMEs in IDEF 2021 in terms of participation in the fair.

After the speeches, President Erdoğan, Julius Maada Bio, The President of Sierra Leone, and the participants cut the opening ribbon. Then, President Erdoğan and the participants toured the fair.

The AMAC Magazine team made contact with many foreign delegations during the fair.

Those Who Attended IDEF 2017 and IDEF 2019 Saw the Difference

Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir, The President of Defence Industries, spared time for the members of the press amid the intense pace of the fair and held a press conference on the last day.  Prof. Dr. Demir  conveyed his impressions of the fair as follows:  “There was a huge participation. More than one delegation from some countries participated. We observed an intense interest and participation, especially from the African region. In addition to these participations, we had intense delegation meetings and contacts. There are countries with which we have signed cooperation agreements. We held collaboration meetings.

Our friends who visited the fair noticed it. You have seen a wide range of products related to the development of various technologies in the fields of land, air, sea and cyberspace. You have witnessed the hard work of our companies. Our companies also had the opportunity to showcase a number of products and concepts under development. You had the opportunity to see our will to spread the defence industry ecosystem to a wide base, to which we attach great importance and the product development efforts of our large and small companies in this regard.

We tell our foreign counterparts that the defence industry is far beyond a commercial relationship, that it has strategic and political parameters and that it should be based on the principles of cooperation. Countries have great demands on technology transfer and joint investment. Each country wants to engage in local activities and build capabilities in its own way. The approach that supports these activities and capabilities is slightly beyond the approach of the countries that have dominated the defence industry so far. Unlike those who constantly pretend to do something about technology transfer and cooperation and approach other countries with some empty applications, we are at the table with very serious, grounded and concrete proposals on this issue. This approach draws interest… In this respect, we left behind a fair where we achieved rapid results.

There are many promising developments. We have seen that there is an important perception especially in terms of performance and effectiveness in the field and that Turkey is taken as an example both in terms of defence industry strategies and R&D and product development methods. This perception is very important for us because being effective in the export market is the result of a certain perception. If you create the perception of a strong Turkey, you will create the idea that “Turkey’s defence industry is strong, let’s look here more carefully”. We’ve seen this beginning to occur at a fairly advanced level. As you know, we see that our UAVs and UCAVs attract attention in the world press. These were the elements that attracted attention, but the delegations visiting the fair saw where Turkey was heading in a much wider spectrum. It was gratifying for us, especially, that the attendees of IDEF 2017 and 2019 said that they saw very important differences between those fairs and this fair.”

In press conference, we had the opportunity to ask Prof. Dr. Demir about the latest situation regarding the “New Export Strategy Study”, which he gave clues in the interview we had in MSI TDR’s 89th issue (November 2020). Prof. Dr. Demir stated that the studies have reached a certain maturity and that the developments will also be shared with the public. He listed an official structuring within the embassies related to the defence industry, structuring of companies in different countries, matters related to the engagement of attachés, intensification of foreign visits, defence industry cooperation agreements, SSB being a signatory in state-to-state relations, and the exchange method among the topics within the scope of the strategy.

Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir, The President of Defence Industries, spared time for the members of the press amid the intense pace of the fair and held a press conference on the last day.

Contracts, Memorandums of Understanding, and Cooperation Protocols Signed during IDEF 2021

  Date Parties Signed Document
  17.08.2021 Republic of Turkey Ministry of National Defence and Republic of North Macedonia Ministry of Defence Agreement on Military-Financial Cooperation and a Protocol for Its Implementation
  17.08.2021 SSB, Teknopark İstanbul, ASELSAN, Turkish Aerospace, Roketsan, HAVELSAN, TEI, BMC and SAHA İstanbul Cooperation Agreement of Strategic Solution Partners
  17.08.2021 SSB, Presidency of the Republic of Turkey Digital Transformation Office Teknopark İstanbul and Turkish Cyber Security Cluster Cooperation Agreement for Cyber ​​Security Acceleration and Incubation Program
  17.08.2021 SSB, ASELSAN and ARMELSAN Protocol for Development of Multistatic Sonar Suite
  17.08.2021 HAVELSAN and ASPİLSAN Enerji Agreement Concerning Information Exchange and Confidentiality
  17.08.2021 HAVELSAN and ASPİLSAN Enerji MoU for KOVAN Project
  18.08.2021 Republic of Turkey Ministry of National Defence and Ministry of National Defence and Homeland Veterans of Angola Military Framework Agreement
  18.08.2021 ULAK Communications and Ankara Aerospace Industrial Zone Contract for the Smart Campus Communications Project
  18.08.2021 SSB and HAVELSAN Contract for the Sahil-Net Project
  18.08.2021 SSB and HAVELSAN Contract for the Augmented Reality Project (AGS) of Turkish Land Forces
  18.08.2021 SSB and BİTES Contract for the Augmented Reality Project (KARAR) of Turkish Land Forces
  18.08.2021 SSB and Roketsan Contract for Surface to Surface Cruise Missile Project
  18.08.2021 Roketsan and Kale R&D Contract for Purchase and Integration of KTJ-300 Turbojet Engine for SOM and ATMACA Missiles
  18.08.2021 SSB, Municipality of Kalecik, Development Agancy, TRtest and Teknopark Ankara Support Contract with Ankara Development Agency for Establishment of Kalecik UAV Test and Evaluation Centre
  18.08.2021 ASELSAN and Türk Telekom Cooperation Agreement for Development of New Generation 4.5G Antenna
  18.08.2021 ASELSAN and TRAnten Cooperation Agreement for Indigenous Design, Production, Installation and Maintenance of Communications and Antenna Systems and Their Parts
  18.08.2021 ASELSAN, Eti Maden and ASPİLSAN Enerji Cooperation Agreement
  18.08.2021 ASELSAN, TÜBİTAK BİLGEM and Fotoniks Cooperation Agreement for Laser Communications System
  18.08.2021 ASELSAN and Karel MoU for KARTACA New Generation Countermeasures System
  18.08.2021 ASELSAN and Bursa Aerospace and Defence Cluster Cooperation Agreement
  18.08.2021 ASELSAN and Eskisehir Aviation Cluster Cooperation Agreement
  18.08.2021 ASELSAN and Aerospace Cluster Association Cooperation Agreement
  18.08.2021 ASELSAN and Technical Production and Support for Exports Association Cooperation Agreement
  18.08.2021 ASELSAN and TÜBİTAK BİLGEM Contract for Multistatic Radar Capability Development Project
  18.08.2021 SSB and ASELSAN Contract for Mobile Tower and Mobile Low Altitude Air Traffic Radar System Project
  18.08.2021 ASFAT and TÜBİTAK SAGE MoU
  18.08.2021 ASFAT and TÜBİTAK BİLGEM Contract for Degaussing system of OPV
  18.08.2021 ASFAT and UZMAR Contract for Procurement of Additional Modules for Program and Project Management Software
  18.08.2021 ASPİLSAN Enerji and TÜBİTAK Rail Transport Technologies Institute (RUTE) Contract for Development of Lithium Ion Battery and Subcomponents Project
  18.08.2021 HAVELSAN and Barzan Maintenance Shield Cooperation Agreement
  18.08.2021 HAVELSAN and AYESAŞ Contract for Partnership in Early Warning and Command and Control System Projects
  18.08.2021 HAVELSAN and Katmerciler MoU
  18.08.2021 HAVELSAN and Nurol Makina MoU
  18.08.2021 HAVELSAN and Otokar MoU
  18.08.2021 HAVELSAN and TÜMOSAN MoU
  18.08.2021 HAVELSAN and Yonca-Onuk Shipyard MoU
  18.08.2021 Procenne and Turkcell MoU for Works on Digital Security
  18.08.2021 Samsun Yurt Savunma (SYS) and Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF) MoU
  18.08.2021 STM and Nurol Makina MoU
  18.08.2021 TEI and GE MoU
  18.08.2021 TEI and Karel Contract for Procurement of Engine Control Hardware
  18.08.2021 TR7 and Beam Teknoloji Cooperation Agreement for Database Integration and Configuration of Olta.La and TR7 WAF Products
  18.08.2021 Turkcell and CRYPTTECH Contract for Central Log and Log Achieve Service
  18.08.2021 Turkcell and TRAPMINE Contract for Offering Endpoint Detection and Response As a Service
  18.08.2021 Turkcell and Securify Contract for Development of Behavioural Biometrics
  18.08.2021 Turkcell and Cyberwise Contract for Management and Orchestration of Central Vulnerability, Certificates and Application Security Tools
  18.08.2021 Turkish Aerospace and TÜBİTAK SAGE Cooperation Agreement
  18.08.2021 TÜBİTAK BİLGEM and TRtest Service Contract for Tests of Secure Messaging Products
  18.08.2021 TÜBİTAK SAGE and ASİS Electronic Cooperation Agreement
  18.08.2021 TÜBİTAK SAGE and TEI Cooperation Agreement
  18.08.2021 Zyrone Dynamics and DCM Shriram Contract for Partnership
  19.08.2021 SSB and Ministry of National Defence of Equatorial Guinea Defence Industry Cooperation Agreement
  19.08.2021 SSB and G5 Sahel Joint Force Cooperation Agreement
  19.08.2021 G5 Sahel Joint Force and MKE Sales Contract
  19.08.2021 SSB and 19 firms that Use Credits 2020 Credit Protocols
  19.08.2021 SSB and TRtest 1st Phase of Determination of Qualified Product Certificate Processes and Certification Project
  19.08.2021 SSB, iArox, Elektroland and Esetron Contract for Light Class Unmanned Ground Vehicles Project
  19.08.2021 SSB and Meteksan Defence Contract for Navigation Electronics Attack System (SEYMEN) Project
  19.08.2021 Turkish Aerospace, GSATCOM and INVAP Contract for ARSAT-SG1 Satellite Project
  19.08.2021 SSB and FNSS Contract  Update for Additional Vehicles in Anti-Tank Vehicles (ATV) Project
  19.08.2021 MSB and MKE Procurement Contract for Service Commands of TAF
  19.08.2021 General Directorate Of Military Factories and MKE Procurement Contract for Service Commands of TAF
  19.08.2021 ASELSAN, BİTES and Altosec Contract for Development of Application Firewall with AI Features
  19.08.2021 ASELSAN and Ukrspecexport (USE) Contract for Command and Control Systems
  19.08.2021 ASFAT and ASELSAN Contract for Combat Systems of OPV
  19.08.2021 ASFAT and ASELSAN Contract for Fire Control System of T-155 SPH
  19.08.2021 ASFAT and ARES Shipyard MoU
  19.08.2021 ASFAT and BMC Contract for Wheeled Tactical Vehicles Projects in the Context of T-155 Panther Howitzer Modernization Project
  19.08.2021 ASFAT and HAVELSAN Contract for Combat Systems of OPV
  19.08.2021 ASFAT and Kazakhstan Engineering MoU
  19.08.2021 ASFAT and MKE Contract for Weapon System of T-155 Panther Howitzer Modernization
  19.08.2021 CRYPTTECH and Picus Cooperation Agreement for Technology
  19.08.2021 HAVELSAN and SimBT MoU for Training Aids
  19.08.2021 HAVELSAN and ULAK MoU
  19.08.2021 Interprobe and Vestel Contract for Academic Analysis and Works in IoT and IoT Security
  19.08.2021 TRAnten and Teknokar Cooperation Agreement
  19.08.2021 TRtest and Vestel MoU for Creation of National IoT Security Test Infrastructure
  19.08.2021 TRtest and Project and Technology Office of İstanbul University Cerrahpaşa Service Contract for Development and Application of Test Methodology for IoT Products
  19.08.2021 Turaç and POF Cooperation Agreement
  19.08.2021 TÜBİTAK BİLGEM and VESTEL Cooperation Agreement
  19.08.2021 TÜBİTAK SAGE and TEI Cooperation Agreement
  20.08.2021 SSB and Military Industrialization Board of the Republic of Iraq Defence Industry Cooperation Agreement
  20.08.2021 ASELSAN and ONUR Contract for Supply of Operational Communications System (OPERA)
  20.08.2021 Bayramoğlu Steel & Construction and CRN Aerospace Cooperation Agreement
  20.08.2021 Bilge SGT and Barikat Cooperation Agreement
  20.08.2021 DT Savunma, Aeros and KSM Strategical Cooperation Agreement
  20.08.2021 Menatek and ASPİLSAN Enerji Cooperation Agreement for Supply of E-Scooter Battery
  20.08.2021 Procenne and Barikat MoU
  20.08.2021 Procenne and Kron MoU
  20.08.2021 TEI and Safran Cooperation Agreement
  20.08.2021 Turkish Aeronautical Association Technic and Ukrspecexport (USE) Authorized Maintenance Centre Agreement for Mi-17 Helicopters
  20.08.2021 Turkish Aerospace and NESACOM MoU
Meetings of Hulusi Akar, Minister of National Defence, with Foreign Delegations
 •    Joao Ernesto Dos Santos, Minister of National Defence and Homeland Veterans of Angola
 •    General Zakir Hasanov, Minister of Defence of Azerbaijan
 •    Aime Barthelemy Simpore, Minister of Defence of Burnika Faso
 •    Daoud Yaya Brahim, Minister in Charge of National Defence, War Veterans and War Victims of Chad
 •    Victoriano Bibang Nsue Okomo, Minister of National Defence of Equatorial Guinea
 •    Angelina Jany Teny, Minister of Defence and Veterans Affairs of South Sudan
 •    Juansher Burchuladze, Minister of Defence of Georgia
 •    Cuma Inad Sadun, Minister of Defence of Iraq
 •    Joseph Beti Assomo, Minister of Defence of Cameroon
 •    Maj. Gen. Murat Bektanov, Minister of Defence of Kazakhstan
 •    Tahsin Ertuğruloğlu, Foreign Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
 •    Armend Mehaj, Minister of Defence of Kosovo
 •    Radmila Sekerinska, Minister of National Defence of North Macedonia
 •    General Muhammed Ali Haddad, Chief of Staff of Libyan Armed Forces
 •    Henena Ould Sidi, Minister of Defence o Mauritania
 •    Rameaux-Claude Bireau, Minister of Defence of Central African Republic
 •    Ion Oprisor, Presidential Adviser - Department of National Security of Romania
 •    Retired Brig. Gen. Kellie Hassan Conteh, Minister of Defence of Sierra Leone
 •    Matej Tonin, Minister of Defence of Slovenia
 •    Retired General Kamal Gunaratne, Secretary, Ministry of Defence and Secretary, State Ministry of National Security and Disaster Management of Sri Lanka
 •    Essosimna Gnakade, Minister of Armed Forces of Togo
Meetings of Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir, President of Defence Industries, with Foreign Delegations
 •    Medet Guliyev, Minister of Defence Industry of Azerbaijan
 •    Dimitry Pantus, Minister of State Authority for Military Industry Republic of Belarus
 •    Angelina Jany Teny, Minister of Defence and Veterans Affairs of South Sudan
 •    Mohamed Saheb Al-Daraji, Chairman of the Military Industrialization Board of the Republic of Iraq
 •    Armend Mehaj, Minister of Defence of Kosovo
 •    Janis Garrisons, State Secretary of the Latvian Defence Ministry
 •    Lt. Gen. Nadeem Zaki Manj, Director General of Strategic Plans Division Force of Pakistan
 •    Pawel Soloch, Secretary of State, Head of the National Security Bureau pf Poland
 •    Essosimna Gnakade, Minister of Armed Forces of Togo
 •    Oleg Urusky, Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Strategic Industries of Ukraine

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