The three-day event is taking place at Doha Exhibition Center from 20-22 October 2014. A number of Ministers and senior security officials from neighboring countries attended the opening ceremony, Qatar News Agency (QNA) reported.
The Prime Minister toured the exhibition following the inauguration and checked the latest equipment available at the show. He then spoke to the press and highlighted that Milipol Qatar is the result of cooperation between Qatar's Ministry of Interior and France.
He further noted that the increase in the exhibition's capacity this year reflects Milipol Qatar's previous success. He also praised the strong participation from global companies who offered their latest technology in the field of internal security.
Earlier, Sheikh Abdullah met Sunday morning with French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve and the accompanying delegation on the occasion of their visit to participate in Milipol Qatar 2014.
During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations and ways of developing and strengthening them in addition to a number of topics of mutual interest.
Furthermore, HE Sayyid Hamoud bin Faisal al-Busaidi, the Minister of Interior in the Sultanate of Oman, arrived in Doha on Sunday on a visit to Qatar to participate in the10th edition of Milipol Qatar Exhibition 2014.
The Omani Minister was received upon arrival at Hamad International Airport by the Prime Minister and Interior Minister, HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al-Thani, and Oman's Ambassador to Qatar Mohamed bin Nasser Hamad Al-Wahaibi.
Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al-Thani also met Monday with Commander of Turkey’s Aegean Army General Abdullah Atay and the delegation accompanying him to participate in the Milipol Qatar 2014.
They reviewed bilateral relations and the means to enhance them. They also discussed a range of issues of joint interest.
Milipol is held every two year between Doha and Paris. This year's edition has 261 companies participating from 36 countries. This year's exhibition has six international sections for each of Brazil, France, Germany, USA, Italy and Britain.