DEFEA | Defence Exhibition in Athens with the participation of leading Greek and International companies
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Published on 14/02/2021 at 09:19

DEFEA – Defence Exhibition Athens will be held between 13th to 15th of July 2021 in Athens and will be a high-profile international defence exhibition where leading Greek and international companies will present land, naval, aerospace, national and cyber security defence systems.

The date of the exhibition was moved from May 11th to 13th, 2021 to new dates, in order to create safer conditions for exhibitors and visitors to the exhibition.

Under the auspices and assistance of the Greek Ministry of Defence – General Directorate for Defence Investments and Armanents (GDDIA), DEFEA aspires to present an exhibition worthy of the great geopolitical position of Greece.

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The exhibition will be a first-class opportunity to get acquainted with the Greek Armed Forces and leading companies and organizations in the field of defence, energy, security and emerging technologies. In addition, through the exhibition, exhibitors can take advantage of business opportunities for the development of their businesses, through networking and B2B meetings with representatives from the Greek and the international defence community.

DEFEA’s strategic partner in SEKPY-Hellenic Manufacturers of Defence and Security Material Association representing more than 243 certified companies operating in the fields of defence and security.

DEFEA will take place at the Metropolitan Expo at Athens International Airport, the biggest and most modern exhibition centre in SE Europe.

The exhibition is also under the auspices of the Greek Ministry of Shipping with the support of the Hellenic Aerospace Security and Defence Industries Group (HASDIG) and the Hellenic Association of Space Industry.

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