Lakir Sub-Task Force Controls Traffic and Parking for Guests of Countries Participating in the AIS Forum Summit in Bali

BADUNG, STIGMA.CO.ID – In order to attend the Archipelagic and Island States (AIS) Forum 2023 High Level Conference (Summit), a number of leaders of AIS member countries arrived in Bali via I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport. Regarding this matter, the personnel of the Regional Security Task Force (Satgas Pamwil), which is divided into several sub-task forces, are responsible for carrying out security and tasks in accordance with their respective functions.

In this case, the Traffic and Parking Security Sub-Task Force, led by Colonel Cpm Unggul Wahyudi, S.H., M.Tr. (Han), has an important role in securing traffic on routes traveled by VVIP guests as well as securing parking at accommodation and activity venues. AIS Forum 2023 Summit.

In his statement, the Lakir Sub-Task Force said that the main function and task of the Lakir Sub-Task Force was to control traffic and parking during the 2023 AIS Forum Summit in Bali. With the number and quality of qualified personnel, Dansubsatgas Lakir divided its personnel into several teams, which were distributed at each predetermined point.

“Apart from the Lakir Sub-Task Force personnel who are members of the Pamwil Task Force, we also BKO (under operational control) a number of motorized personnel at Paspampres for escort,” explained Colonel Cpm Unggul Wahyudi when they met at the Lakir Sub-Task Force Command Center, Nusa Dua, Badung, Bali, on Tuesday (10/10/2023).

The Middle Officer, whose daily role is Police Commander of Miter Kodam IX/Udayana, also explained that the personnel involved in securing traffic will start before the series of vehicles pass through the route and will withdraw personnel from their positions after the mobility activities are completed.

“By synergizing with the police, our personnel in the field can also be monitored on the screen in the Command Center. Here we can monitor the movements of AIS Summit participants, from pick-up at the airport to delivery to hotels and event venues,” concluded Danpomdam IX/Udayana.

Regarding the two-wheeled and four-wheeled escort vehicles used, Danpomdam stated that a number of the vehicles operated were electric vehicles. Therefore, he hopes that the 2023 AIS Forum Summit can be used as a means of promoting the use of electric vehicles to reduce carbon emissions and abandon dependence on fossil energy. (Pendam IX/Udy)

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