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Putin will be protected by 11000 policemen

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More than 11000 policemen will protect Putin during his visit to Japan on 15-16 of December. Japanese General Police Department revealed the information.

Axar.az reports that, first day of meeting will be held in little homeland of Shinzo Abe Naqato city of Yamaguchi prefecture. Including policemen of neighbor regions, 4100 policemen will be sent to city.

At the second day of meeting which will be held in Tokyo, more than 7000 policemen of capital will be in duty. Especially Embassy of Russia, Trade representative office, Japanese bureau of TASS information agency and other buildings will be protected.

Notably, Activity of Far - Right Nationalists in Japan observed during visit of officials of foreign countries.

Date
2016.12.08 / 10:48
Author
Valeh Mammadli
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