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Indonesia: Bali welcomes G20 delegations amid heightened security measures02:30

Indonesia: Bali welcomes G20 delegations amid heightened security measures

Indonesia, Bali
November 14, 2022 at 17:26 GMT +00:00 · Published

Footage taken on Monday in Bali shows dozens of locals carrying G20 flags, welcoming delegations to the summit which runs from November 15-16.

Authorities have doubled security measures on the island, where thousands of delegates and journalists are expected to arrive. A total of more than 18,000 military and police officers have been drafted in. Guests will be accommodated in 24 hotels and at the summit venue, the Apurva Kempinski Hotel, which will host meetings of leaders of the world's biggest economies.

The Indonesian military has deployed 12 warships, 13 helicopters and four fighter jets, a Boeing reconnaissance aircraft and two Hercules cargo planes. In addition, police will use special equipment, some 1,700 CCTV cameras, and hundreds of facial recognition cameras to protect the Nusa Dua area during the event.

Leaders of the Group of 20 industrialised nations are gathering in Indonesia to discuss the world's most important political and economic issues.

Indonesia: Bali welcomes G20 delegations amid heightened security measures02:30
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Footage taken on Monday in Bali shows dozens of locals carrying G20 flags, welcoming delegations to the summit which runs from November 15-16.

Authorities have doubled security measures on the island, where thousands of delegates and journalists are expected to arrive. A total of more than 18,000 military and police officers have been drafted in. Guests will be accommodated in 24 hotels and at the summit venue, the Apurva Kempinski Hotel, which will host meetings of leaders of the world's biggest economies.

The Indonesian military has deployed 12 warships, 13 helicopters and four fighter jets, a Boeing reconnaissance aircraft and two Hercules cargo planes. In addition, police will use special equipment, some 1,700 CCTV cameras, and hundreds of facial recognition cameras to protect the Nusa Dua area during the event.

Leaders of the Group of 20 industrialised nations are gathering in Indonesia to discuss the world's most important political and economic issues.