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5000 police for Bali climate meeting
November 20th, 2007

INDONESIA will use 5000 police to provide security when a global climate change summit on the resort island of Bali is held next month.

“More than 5000 Indonesian police officers will stand guard on Bali island and other places on (the neighbouring island of) Java during the summit,” national police chief Sutanto said.

Police would begin fanning out from today and remain on duty until the summit’s end.

Meetings leading up to the key talks begin on December 3 and the summit concludes on December 14.

Bali has endured two major bomb blasts blamed on the militant Jemaah Islamiah network, including nightclub bombings in 2002 that left 202 people dead, mostly western holidaymakers.

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change conference aims to see countries agree to launch a roadmap for negotiating cuts in carbon emissions from 2012, when current pledges under the Kyoto Protocol run out

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