New Platform for Cooperation has been Created
A three-day International High-Tech Security Exhibition “ArmSecurity-2017” entitled “Secure Armenia”kicked off at the Exhibition Complex “Yerevan-Expo” on September 2, under the aegis of the RA Ministry of Emergency Situations.
The Exhibition was attended by members of the RA Government, representatives of various Embassies and international organizations in Armenia, experts and other guests.
RA ES Minister Davit Tonoyan delivered opening remarks, noting that one of the goals of the Exhibition was to support the modernization and technical upgrading of the Armenian Rescue Service, which would contribute to enhancing rapid response efficiency.
- I hope that the favorable business environment of the Exhibition will turn to the best platform for expanding the geography of cooperation in the rescue arena, sharing valuable experience and establishing new and promising ties, putting the beginning of further cooperation,- noted Davit Tonoyan.
Nearly two dozen international and Armenian companies presented systems and technologies for prevention of emergencies and elimination of their consequences as well as special equipment intended for rescue and fire safety and healthcare services from main producers in the pavilions provided for them.
RA ES Minister Davit Tonoyan and other members of the Government toured all pavilions, got familiarized with the products and services presented. ES Minister gave instructions on the spot to establish new cooperation ties between the companies for the technical re-equipment of the Ministry to discuss the possibilities of investing their products in the system.
Within the framework of the Exhibition ES Minister held separate meetings with dozens of companies representing Japan, Germany, the United States and the Russian Federation, during which they discussed possible ways of cooperation.
On the first day of the event a plenary session on “Operation of State Unified System of Warning and Elimination of Emergency Situations and its Development Perspectives” was held which would be followed by a round table discussion on “Protection of Special Purpose Objects”.