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Jakarta police, mily hold rehearsal for AAC security

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REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA -- The Jakarta Metropolitan police held a rehearsal here on Sunday to prepare the security for the delegates who will attend the Asia-Africa Conference (AAC)`s 60th Commemoration, according to a police's statement.

A joint roll call and rehearsal of the police and military forces were led by the Jakarta Metropolitan Police and chief of the Jakarta Military command respectively Inspector General Unggung Cahyono and Major General Agus Sutomo.

The Jakarta Metropolitan Police deploy 4,236 personnel, the statement said, adding that the police personnel were assigned to secure the VIP participants, while the military forces were assigned to secure the VVIP guests.

The delegates from 86 Asian and African countries here, Sunday, participated in the Senior Officials` Meeting of the Asia-Africa Conference (AAC)`s 60th Commemoration.

Some 32 world leaders will attend the AAC Summit, the foreign affairs ministry`s Information and Media Director Siti Sofia Sudarma said.

The leaders who have confirmed their attendance include those from Brunei Darussalam, Jordan, Swaziland, China, North Korea, Iran, Madagascar, Malawi, Myanmar, Namibia, Sudan, Timor Leste, Vietnam, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Egypt, Gabon, Malaysia, Nepal, Pakistan, Palestine, Singapore, and Thailand.

Six countries, namely Algeria, Angola, Liberia, the Philippines, Seychelles, and Zambia, will send deputy heads of state or government.

The AAC Ministerial Meeting to be held on April 20, will be participated in by ministers from 40 Asian and African nations.

The AAC commemorative event held from April 19 to 23 in Jakarta and April 24 in Bandung will also be attended by representatives from the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the African Union, ASEAN, the United Nations, The Arab Leagues, the South Center.

Events marking the AAC include a senior officials` meeting on April 19, a ministerial-level meeting on April 20, the Asian-African Business Summit on April 21, and the Asian-African Summit in Jakarta on April 22 and 23.

The heads of state will also participate in the historical walk event, which will be held in Bandung on April 24.

The AAC was first organized in Bandung in April 1955, at the initiative of Indonesia, Myanmar (Burma), Ceylon (Sri Lanka), India, and Pakistan.

Moreover, around 480 businessmen have also expressed their willingness to attend the Asian-African Business Summit.

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