Robert Catalanotti Joins SOS as Middle East Initiatives Director; Julian Setian Comments

Robert Catalanotti
Robert Catalanotti

Robert Catalanotti, a retired Army major general has joined SOS International as director of Middle East Initiatives.

Catalanotti will oversee the company’s efforts to forge strategic partnerships in the Middle East, SOS International said Friday.

“We are proud to have Major General (ret.) Catalanotti join the team to lead our expansion efforts in the Middle East,” said Julian Setian, president and CEO of SOS International.

The 34-year Army veteran was most recently the director of strategic exercises and training for the U.S. Central Command in Tampa, Florida.

He previously served as senior adviser to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s ministry of interior and commanded Taji Base in Iraq.

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