Southforward.com – Restrictions on the area around Sentosa Island where the meeting of the two world figures, Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un will be limited and already in effect.
Reported reuters on Saturday (9/6/2018), this restriction will end if the second summit ends 14 June.
Access to civilians will be restricted and prohibited from approaching Sentosa Island. And media journalists are only allowed a few.
Not only that, air traffic will also be limited by the Singapore government ahead of their second meeting. Whether it’s a commercial airplane, a marine vessel or anyone who passes around the meeting location.
This is enforced by the Singapore government to create a secure impression on both countries for choosing Singapore as a high-level meeting place.
The summit there between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is almost inevitable.
Last month, Trump canceled the meeting before he declared the meeting to take place as planned. This makes the preparation process in Singapore challenging.
As is known, the meeting of both world leaders Donald Trump and also Kim Jong Un will happen on 12 June. While the two heads of state will be present in Singapore tomorrow.