The G20 Summit Will be Escorted by 3,000 Police, Residents Prohibited from Parking on the Side of the Road

- 03 November 2022 19:46 WIB
The National Police deployed 3,000 personnel to secure the G20 Summit (Photo/ National Police Public Relations Division)
The National Police deployed 3,000 personnel to secure the G20 Summit (Photo/ National Police Public Relations Division)


JAKARTADAILY – Indonesian National Police are deploying 3,000 personnel for the upcoming G20 Summit which will be held in Bali on November 15-16, 2022.

There is 3,000 security personnel, said Head of the Public Relations Division of the National Police Inspector General Dedi Prasetyo in his statement, Monday, October 31, 2022.

Dedi explained that 1,500 personnel will be directly involved in securing the G20 series.

Meanwhile, 1,500 other personnel are prepared to deal with contingency situations, such as natural disasters and disturbances in public order and security, which have a high escalation.

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This briefing was held in order to check the readiness of personnel and the infrastructure or equipment used.

Previously, the National Police had also held a meeting related to traffic management and regulation of battery-based motorized vehicles ahead of the G20 Summit (KTT) which will be held in Bali in November 2022.

The National Police have made various preparations, including the Deputy Chief of the National Police, Commissioner General of Police Gatot Eddy Pramono, who has prepared the G20 Presidency venue at GWK Festival Park and the BKO Command Post for Tragia Korlantas.

The Indonesian National Police also received a visit from a delegation from the United Kingdom (UK) home office security group or the UK Homeland Security Agency (Kemendagri) in the office of the Deputy Chief of Police in Bali.

Parking Forbidden

The Head of the Traffic Corps (Kakorlantas) Inspector General of Police Firman Shantyabudi previously appealed to the community around the location of the G20 Summit in Bali not to park their vehicles on the side of the road on certain dates.

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Firman explained several things that might be faced that there are several roads that are not wide enough in Bali.

"How can the community join us in this activity with vehicle owners not parking their vehicles on the side of the road," said Firman.


Editor: Suksmajati Kumara


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