Washington, D.C. -- New-Fields Exhibitions, Inc., organizers of the 2nd Afghanistan Aviation and Defense Summit (2nd AADS), announced today that His Excellency Dr. Raz Mohammad Alami, Afghanistan's Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation, will address delegates of the summit that will be held on March 25-26, 2010 in Washington, D.C.
As head of the Afghanistan's Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation (MoTCA), Dr. Alami will brief summit delegates of the ministry's strategies in working with international partners and donors for the rehabilitation, organization and management of the Afghan airspace.
MoTCA's strategies are designed to transfer the airspace authority and responsibility from the International Security Assistance Force to the Afghan government. The ministry's role is crucial to Afghanistan's nation-building as its projects are critical to linking inaccessible parts of the country, ensuring remote communities have access to public services.
Dr. Alami joins other high-ranking officials who are engaged in the rehabilitation of Afghanistan at 2nd AADS.
Other confirmed speakers include:
2nd AADS is the event where delegates will get to aid in the recovery process of Afghanistan and to help in the effective implementation of the country's development programs.
They will meet officials from international government security and defense agencies, senior industry executives from defense companies, prime contractors for Afghan projects, senior directors, and government advisors.
Attendees will also hear summit speakers present on the strategic challenges in Afghanistan, how to win Afghans' hearts and minds, as well as building security and stability across the nation.
Exclusive One-to-One Meetings with Afghan officials and panel presenters will also provide attendees with insights and analysis of the current challenges facing Afghanistan's aviation, security and defense.
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