Following the grand success of the first two editions, the 3rd International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference (IMDEC) is scheduled to take place on 28 – 30 August 2023, Accra, Ghana. IMDEC will feature the largest gathering of Africa’s maritime industry, as we host regional and international Chiefs of Naval Staff to address the principal issues facing maritime security on the continent. This biennial gathering will feature a notable two-day conference and exhibition in which the gathered regional Naval Forces and relevant stakeholders will deliberate the increasingly volatile maritime threats facing Africa’s territorial waters and its blue economy. IMDEC 2023 will showcase the latest technologies in maritime security and strong resolutions and recommendations to surmount the daunting maritime challenges confronting Africa’s blue economy.
Hosted at the Burma Hall in Ghana Armed Forces Headquarters, IMDEC 2023 massive exhibition will host solutions from across the globe to help maritime and naval industries find appropriate solutions to their challenges and threats and discover the new technologies to better fight against and curb illicit activities at sea.

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  • Letter Of Commendation For CDRE Faustina Boakyewaa Anokye
    "I am writing to thank the Government of Ghana for its contribution to MINURSO, by deploying highly qualified and capable military observers. I wish to commend, in particular Commodore (CDRE) Faustina Boakyewaa Anokye for her excellent work while serving MINURSO. In particular, she recently has been instrumental in leading a politically sensitive and complex negotiation at the highest level with the Royal Moroccan Army. I am proud of her work and proud of having had the opportunity to take the benefit of her exceptional professional qualities. The Government and the Armed Forces of Ghana can be proud of Commodore Faustina Boakyewaa Anokye." - ALEXANDER IVANKO, THE SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY –GENERAL (HEAD OF MISSION)