G20: ground radar and aircraft ready to intercept any threat
Argentina ready to deploy its security system
Argentina is preparing to host the G20 scheduled for November 30 and December 1 at Costa Salguero, a congress center in Buenos Aires on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, in what will be the first summit in history to hold a Country of South America despite the many problems that have local armed forces. The facts of the Copa Libertadores final in Buenos Aires near the River Plate stadium, when fans attacked the Boca Juniors' rival coach without the police intervening, sounded an alarm bell about the real capabilities of guaranteeing security on the part of Argentina but it has tried to exploit the opportunity to modernize the equipment of the armed forces and police.
There will be three security rings in the Costa Salguero area where men and vehicles will be deployed, while airplanes and helicopters will constantly monitor the situation from the air. From the ground, there will also be three mobile radars that will provide traffic control within a range of 400 kilometers, in order to allow rapid interventions in case of violations. with the old Douglas A-4 Skyhawk and Dassault Super Étendard ready to take off to catch every threat. In addition to the Argentine vehicles, the United States should also send airplanes for air patrols and for the control of the seas, which together with the naval vessels will also guarantee the protection of the coast.
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