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PNP Chief Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa aiming zero terrorists in the ASEAN Summit in Manila


Government are now ready to deployed personnel to secure the area where ASEAN will be held. Original photo credits to owner.
The government is deploying around 41,000 personnel to secure the 30th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Manila.
Around 26,000 uniformed police officers and soldiers and 15,000 force multipliers from 21 government agencies are to be deployed to ensure the safety and security of all delegates from April 26 to 29.
In a send-off ceremony on Sunday, Philippine National Police Chief Ronald Dela Rosa said the PNP is aiming for zero untoward incident during the event.
"Sana yung ating pagka propesyonal, disiplinado, matapang, ibuhos natin lahat ngayon," Dela Rosa said.
This, even with the recent clashes between government forces and the Abu Sayyaf in Inabanga and Clarin, Bohol.
Interior and Local Government Sec. Catalino Cuy said the government is prepared for any incident that may transpire during the summit.
"We always consider na possible threat na yan. Kasama sa planning yan e. May contingecy tayo in case may ganun mamonitor as we approach the activity in Manila," said Cuy.
But authorities say there are no terrorist threats in the upcoming ASEAN summit.
MAS MAGANDANG MAGING HANDA ANG LAHAT SA MGA POSIBLENG MAGANAP SA ARAW NA YUN LALO NA ANG MGA BISITA AY MANGGAGALING SA IBA'T IBANG BANSA. DAPAT MAGTULUNGAN TAYO NA PATUNAYAN NA SAFE PUNTAHAN ANG PILIPINAS.
Heads of government from 10 ASEAN member states are participating in the summit.
Members include Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, Laos, and the Philippines.
Of the 138 ASEAN-related meetings scheduled this year, two-thirds will be held in Manila.
The rest will be held at the 31st ASEAN summit in Clark and related meetings this November, where 22 heads of state -- including United Nations Secretary General António Guterres -- will attend.
Metro Manila Police Chief Oscar Albayalde said the upcoming summit will test the PNP's skills.
"In the coming days, our capability of providing security will be challenged once again as we are tasked to secure the safety of our ASEAN leaders and delegates," he said.
SIGURO NAMAN WELL TRAINED NAMAN LAHAT NG MGA KAPULISAN NATIN DAHIL HINDI NAMAN MAKAKAPASA YUNG MGA YAN KUNG HINDI.
The ASEAN summit will be held at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City from April 26 to 29.
Malacañang earlier declared work suspension for the 30th ASEAN summit on April 27 and 28.
Authorities urge the public to take alternate routes to avoid heavy traffic.
SA MAY MGA PASOK PADIN SA ARAW NA ITO, MAKE SURE NA GIGISING KAYO NG MAAGA PARA HINDI MALATE SA TRABAHO.
To avoid any inconvenience, the public- especially those with flights on the said days- are advised to plan their trips ahead.

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