The 2nd International Aerospace and Defense Exhibition (IADE) concluded Sunday at the Enfidha-Hammamet International Airport in Tunisia.
Held under the patronage of Tunisian President Kais Saied, the exhibition agenda included several meetings and airshows, where the five-day event opened its doors for the public during its last three days.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia participated at IADE 2022 with a delegation headed by Deputy Commander of the Royal Saudi Air Force Major General Pilot Talal Al-Ghamdi, where a team of Saudi Hawks of the Royal Saudi Air Force performed a show with military airplanes with the green and white colors of the Saudi flag.
Major General Al-Ghamdi, in a statement to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), stressed that the participation of the Saudi Ministry of Defense in the exhibition in Tunisia was upon directives by the Minister of Defense upon an invitation from Tunisia.
During his visit to Tunisia, the Deputy Commander of the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) met in Tunis Thursday with the Chief of Staff of Tunisian Air Force Major General Mohamed Al-Hajjam.
The two sides exchanged views on issues related to the field of aviation, focusing on the importance of mutual visits between Tunisia and the Kingdom in order to support and develop joint defense cooperation at all levels.
They also discussed the latest innovations in aerospace industry and defense fields being showcased in IADE.