MANILA – Entry to the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) complex in Pasay City is prohibited without permission.
National Capital Region Police Office Director Oscar Albayalde said this is part of the security measures being implemented for the 30th ASEAN Summit.
“Kapag sinabi kasing lockdown, its totally closed, kahit pa sa pedestrian, kahit sa mga motorista and of course yung mga establishments inside that area are also closed,” PDir. Albayalde said. (When there’s lockdown, it’s totally closed. Even to pedestrians, even motorists and of course, the establishments inside that area are also closed.)
The lockdown will last until April 30 before dawn.
Among the roads to be closed include Vicente Sotto, Pedro Bukaneg and Jose Diokno.
NCRPO Chief Albayalde clarifies there will be no road lockdown in Pasay City for the summit.
The stop and go scheme will be implemented for the ASEAN leaders and delegates’ routes.
Although no security threats have been received, the Philippine National Police (PNP) calls on the public to be alert and to immediately report suspicious individuals and objects.
“If you see anything unusual, especially those who are nagsasama-sama at meron pong ibang balak, pwede niyo pong ireport sa main (If you see anything unusual, especially those who are in groups and with suspicious intentions, you may report to us) ,” PCSupt. Dionardo Carlos said. –Nel Maribojoc | UNTV News & Rescue
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