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Turkish defence leaders to address EW & Radar Conference in Ankara

Posted 16 February 2016 · Add Comment

The inaugural two-day International Electronic Warfare & Radar conference and exhibition hosted by Aselsan has announced that several influential figures from the Turkish Government and defence industry have confirmed their intention to address international delegates attending the conference.


Tangent Link has confirmed Professor Dr. Ismail Demir, the Undersecretary for Turkish Defence Industries (SSM) will provide the keynote address on the morning of the conference.

The event will take place March 21-24 in Ankara, Turkey.

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