Singapore security on high alert for Trump-Kim summitNews Direct

  • Published on 2018年7月10日
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    Singapore has been busy preparing the city for the historic Trump-Kim summit to be held on June 12.

    Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong told the press on Sunday that hosting the meeting was costing the city-state US$15 million, mainly on enhanced security.

    According to the South China Morning Post, Interior minister K. Shanmugam said around 5,000 police officers and first responders will be on hand for the meeting.

    Singapore in total has 13,000 police officers and 2,500 first responders, the South China Morning Post reported.

    An unspecified number of military personnel have also been deployed, and with at least two warships on patrol off Sentosa island where the meeting will be held.

    The Singaporean government has also designated areas around the three hotels — the Shangri-La, St. Regis and Capella — to be used in the summit as \"special event areas.\"

    Police in these \"special event areas\" have enhanced powers to stop and search vehicles.

    RUNDOWN SHOWS:

    1. Singapore spending $15 million in security for summit meeting

    2. Singapore is deploying around 5,000 police officers and 2,500 first responders

    3. Three hotels have been designated special event areas with heightened security

    4. Singapore also has military soldiers deployed as well as at least two warships

    VOICEOVER (in English):

    \"Singapore has been busy preparing the city for the historic Trump-Kim summit to be held on June 12. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong told the press on Sunday that hosting the meeting was costing the city-state US$15 million, mainly on enhanced security.\"

    \"According to the South China Morning Post, Interior minister K. Shanmugam said around 5,000 police officers and first responders will be on hand. For comparison, Singapore has 13,000 police officers and 2,500 first responders in total.\"

    \"The Singaporean government has also designated areas around the three hotels — the Shangri-La, St. Regis and Capella — to be used in the summit as \"special event areas.\"

    Police in these \"special event areas\" have enhanced powers to stop and search vehicles.\"

    \"An unspecified number of military personnel have also been deployed, and with at least two warships on patrol off Sentosa island where the meeting will be held.\"

    SOURCES: Channel News Asia, SCMP

    https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/shanmugam-confident-security-in-place-for-trump-kim-summit-10415630

    http://www.scmp.com/news/asia/diplomacy/article/2150120/singapores-security-high-alert-historic-trump-kim-summit-after

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