first_imgBy Dialogo May 30, 2012 Promoting technological development in Colombia and presenting the latest and most innovative advances in the domestic and international defense and security industries are the primary objectives of EXPODEFENSA 2012, an event that the Colombian Defense Ministry will hold at the Corferias convention center from October 31 to November 2. In its third edition, EXPODEFENSA will promote commercial and technological exchange among the Armed Forces of different countries and the firms that manufacture and supply products and services related to the defense and security sector. The most important vendors and technology representatives in the areas of individual and collective non-lethal weapons, artillery systems, individual and vehicle armor, ships and boats, aircraft (planes and helicopters), and unmanned vehicles, among others, will be at the trade fair. Deputy Defense Minister for the Social and Enterprise Defense and Wellbeing Group, Yaneth Giha; the president of Corferias, Andrés López; the deputy commanders of the Military, and the deputy director of the National Police held the official presentation of EXPODEFENSA 2012 on the evening of May 28 at the Metropolitan Club in Bogotá.last_img read more


first_imgJuventus and AC Milan show interest in Arsenal teenager Sam Greenwood Comment Advertisement Advertisementcenter_img Sam Greenwood has caught the eye of European giants (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal teenager Sam Greenwood has become a target for Italian giants Juventus and AC Milan, while he has also attracted the attention of clubs in Germany.The 17-year-old moved to the Gunners from Sunderland last year, after spending 10 years with the Black Cats, and has impressed since his switch south.The striker appeared for England at the Under-17 European Championship over the summer, scoring in all three of his country’s games, against Netherlands, Sweden and France.The Sun reports that Juve and AC had sent scouts to the tournament and it was Greenwood who caught their eye thanks to his goal-scoring exploits.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTIt was reported that Bundesliga clubs had shown an interest in the forward even before the European Championships, as his name is spreading across the continent.A bid is yet to be submitted for Greenwood from any of the interested parties and Arsenal will not want to let him leave on a permanent deal as one of their brightest prospects.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CitySpeaking to Arsenal’s official website last year, Greenwood described his game: ‘I’m a striker and can play on my own in attack or slightly behind. I’ve got decent pace and like to come in and drive towards goal from the wings.‘I’m working on improving every aspect of my game, including shooting, heading and passing, but I’m concentrating most on my positioning and movement.‘When we play a three-man attack at Arsenal, how we all interact and move on the pitch is vital. Positioning and movement as a three is something we work on to make it smooth and natural, making sure we don’t all take the same line.’AC Milan’s interest is thought to have arisen through executive Ivan Gazidis who moved to the club from Arsenal last year.MORE: Real Sociedad set deadline to complete Nacho Monreal signing from ArsenalMORE: Danny Mills names his combined XI for the North London derby – and only two Arsenal players feature Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 28 Aug 2019 1:29 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.1kShareslast_img read more