ShieldAfrica 2019 : Secured and regulated land, sea and air borders, conditions for the development of Africa
A strong Africa in a globalised world requires open, secured and controlled border through modern technologies and proven equipment. Land, sea and air borders are not sealed barriers. They must be dynamic areas of exchange, permitting movement of people and goods. These activities must respect the States’ sovereignty, while implementing controls on goods and people in accordance with applicable laws. Cross-border regulation is a major issue in national and international Security. In Africa, it requires modern, efficient customs administrations and dynamic regional structures for cooperation between African nations.
The development of a country cannot take place without:
Security of people and property
Security of transports
Network security (electricity, water, Internet)
Banking and trustee security,
Port, airport and borders security,..
ShieldAfrica 2019 addresses the African continent challenges:
Managing flows and resources
Fighting against cross-border terrorism
Securing fast-growing urbanisation and economic activities
Preserving any human potential of the continent
133 exhibitors from 25 countries, 93% of them international
50 Official Delegations (58 % of Security Official Delegations)
115 delegates from 24 African nations
4,139 participants including 3,237 professional visitors from 64 countries
595 members of African Security Forces and Armed Forces
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