Dra. Nidaa Sabbagh London Area Coordinator is a Political Scientist with 30 years of wide-ranging experience and accomplishments in MENA affairs. She is a fully respected political analyst and advisor on governmental and security issues.
London – United Kingdom: European Director Bruno Costa meets with Area Coordinator Civil Diplomat Jethro Dra. Nidaa Sabbagh.
On this occasion, Mrs. Nidaa Sabbagh has signed as Jethro London Area Coordinator from now on.
About Mrs. Nidaa Sabbagh London Area Coordinator from Jethro Civil Diplomat
Dr. Nidaa Sabbagh is currently retained by several national ministries and international business operations, advising on a wide scope of political, cultural, economic, project-related, and risk assessment matters.
Present engagements include appointed political, economic, and security advisor to The Ministry of Defense of Libya (GNA), and economic adviser for the federation of the GCC Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
Engaged as a MENA advisor to Strongfield Technologies Ltd, manufacturers, and suppliers of high-tech components and equipment for defense, space, and aerospace applications.
She is a journalist and political writer for both the press and tv media, authoring three books regarding the conflict between the Middle East and the West.
And also a trusted confidential intermediary within sensitive commercial and political negotiations, forming very discreet reciprocal relationships with high-profile governmental and business influencers.
She is a member of many significant NGOs, with a particularly strong reputation in human rights, peace, and reconciliation affairs, often involving complex matters.
The Meeting in London – UK
On the occasion, Dr. Nidaa introduced Director Bruno Costa to several important names in London, including Mr. Yu Xiong Associate Vice President (External Engagement); Chair Professor of Business Analytics; Director, Surrey Academy for Blockchain and Metaverse Applications BSc, Ph.D., CEng, PGCHET, FHEA and also at the meeting attended the Civil Diplomat Jethro Mr. Venuste Nshimiyimana from BBCNews London.