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USAF plane lands in Bali ahead of G20 Summit


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USAF plane seen above Bali’s sky. (Source: Instagram @mo.spotting_)

He explained the US delegation had previously checked and coordinated with TNI and Polri officers ahead of the visit. “We are ready to facilitate and so far they are satisfied with what we have prepared. There is no significant concern. Everything matches their expectations,” said Faik.

I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport itself will operate 24 hours from November 12-17. At least 17 head of states will attend the high-profile event, including US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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“We have conducted simulations of emergency situations such as plane crash, terrorist attack, tsunami and so forth,” he said. (rr)


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