JAKARTADAILY.ID – Apart from the homecoming tradition, this year Indonesia will also welcome and carry out several international agendas that are very important and involve many well-known countries in the world. One of them is the 42nd ASEAN Summit in Labuan Bajo, East Nusa Tenggara.
"Brimob, as a troop tasked with dealing with potential escalations that have a high level of threat, is expected to be able to overcome and anticipate growing potential vulnerabilities or threats that may occur at any time," said the National Police Chief, at the Police Academy, Monday, March 13, 2023.
The former Kabareskrim also warned about various events on religious holidays. One of them is the homecoming tradition, which of course will create the potential for disruption of community order and security in their respective regions.
"Soon we will enter the big days of the religion. So, of course, apart from the community's habit of carrying out homecoming that we have to guard and guard, we also have to carry out security properly, by looking in the mirror at the time when we carried out security for the G20 Summit," said National Police Chief Sigit, quoted from PMJnews Tuesday, March 14, 2023.
Previously, the Head of the Indonesian Police Traffic Corps (Korlantas) Inspector General Firman Shantyabudi, and his staff had visited Labuan Bajo, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) in the context of security readiness for the 2023 ASEAN Summit.
Firman emphasized that his party would also support the needs needed by the NTT Regional Police, starting from technology, equipment, and personnel, which would later be coordinated directly by the Asops Kapolri.
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