Police checkpoints prevent threats to G20 leaders

Aug 11

A police checkpoint puts up signs asking cars and large vehicles to pass on separate lanes.

Zhejiang police authorities announced yesterday that security checkpoints will be set up on all roads and rivers leading to the city of Hangzhou for the duration from yesterday to September 6 to ensure the safety of the G20 Summit.

Drivers should follow signs put at checkpoints and produce their ID cards, driving licenses and vehicle certificates for police inspection.

Police will also check passengers' belongings at airports, bus terminals, Metro stations, and ferries.

Security check at post offices and courier stations has also been stepped up. People who refuse to show their ID cards or try to send banned items will be rejected.

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