QUEZON CITY, Philippines (Eagle News) — Manila City Mayor Joseph Estrada ordered the Manila Police District to lay down their security plans for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit that will be held in November.
“Important issues will be discussed during this meeting of world leaders so we have to do our part in ensuring that there will be zero incidents during the conduct of Asean activities,” Estrada pointed out.
The security measures include the training of Manila Police District personnel for the security of ASEAN leaders.
MPD Director Chief Supt. Joel Napoleon Coronel said that the MPD will assign half of its personnel to the ASEAN Summit.
“As early as November 10, 11, 12, we will be putting in place our security plans. Magkakaroon na tayo ng malawakang security deployment,” Coronel bared.