Security force exhibition opened at Janadriyah festival

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The exhibition displays the latest arms and equipment, including 20 types of armored vehicles equipped with heavy and large-caliber arms. (SPA)
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The exhibition displays the latest arms and equipment, including 20 types of armored vehicles equipped with heavy and large-caliber arms. (SPA)
Updated 10 February 2018
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Security force exhibition opened at Janadriyah festival

RIYADH: Special Security Forces Commander, Lt. Gen. Mufleh bin Salim Al-Otaibi, opened the Special Security Forces exhibition on Friday at the 32nd Janadriyah National Heritage and Culture Festival.
He toured the exhibition halls, witnessing the displays of the latest arms and equipment, including 20 types of armored vehicles equipped with heavy and large-caliber arms.
The exhibition also features a panoramic display of more than 16,000 different photographs spotlighting the history and evolution of the forces.
“By partaking in this festival, we also seek to involve all segments of the community in the daily life of members of the force out of our belief that security is a shared social responsibility,” Al-Otaibi said.
Attractions at the event include the skydiving simulator, virtual reality devices and the booth devoted to plastic arts.
The 18-day festival, organized by the Ministry of National Guard, is part of a major initiative to generate awareness of Saudi history and heritage.
Started in 1985, the festival’s main features include a camel race, horse race, falconry, and traditional arts and crafts.
The festival opens from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m daily. The first five days, from Feb. 7 to 11, are reserved for male visitors, women and families may visit from Feb. 12 to 24.


Saudi security expo to be held in Riyadh in November

Updated 26 May 2018
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Saudi security expo to be held in Riyadh in November

JEDDAH: The higher organizing committee of the “Saudi National Security & Risk Prevention Expo,” along with Reed Sunaidi Exhibitions supported by Reed Exhibitions Middle East, organized the first workshop in the Meet-Up series to prepare the program of the expo, which will be held in Riyadh from Nov. 4-6.
They agreed to create a special committee recommending and proposing topics with a special focus on the impact of digital transformation and artificial intelligence in Hajj safety and security and smart and safe cities. The event will see strong attendance by officials from the Ministry of Interior who will participate in the meetings and workshops taking place alongside the exhibition.