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Traffic regulations and “tough” security measures in Athens

Traffic regulations and “tough” security measures in Athens

For the year of Gregoropoulos’ death and Erdogan’s arrival

Year of Alexis Grigoropoulou’s death: transport arrangements at the centre

Traffic regulations in the center of Athens will be extensive in the coming days due to the anniversary of the death of Alexis Grigoropoulos and Erdogan’s visit.

The Transportation arrangements are scheduled for Wednesday Because of the rallies and marches marking the 15th anniversary of Alexis Grigoropoulos’ death. Security measures will be based on the same procedure used for her Anniversary of the Polytechnic. 4,000 policemen from all services will be on high alert.

Helicopter and drone They will provide real-time image of the police anytime to the GADA headquarters. They are placed in different places Hydraulic vehicles “Aiantes”, MAT and ACTION team forces will also be stationed around Exarchia. As rallies are planned across the country, similar measures will be taken in other cities of the country.

Police said it will take place on Wednesday, December 6, during the afternoon and evening hours Unusual traffic regulations on various road axes in the center of Athens. Above traffic regulations To be carried out gradually and depending on the provided traffic conditions.

Measures to facilitate traffic in a wide area of ​​the center of Athens will be planned and taken by the Attica Transport Directorate. Officials are calling on motorists to avoid driving and parking in the wider area of ​​the event venues, to serve them and avoid additional traffic problems.

Security measures and transportation arrangements for Erdoğan’s visit

The mobilization of officials will also be good for the upcoming visit of Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Athens, the following day, Thursday, December 7.

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Drones, helicopters and snipers will be stationed, while Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his entourage will be lined with police officers along the route from the airport.

The Recep Tayyip Erdogan is expected to stay in Athens for about 6 hours. Activities will be increased at “Eleftherios Venizelos” airport. Traffic regulations will be enforced on all roads where the Turkish President’s motorcade will pass. The counter-terrorism service will also be on alert, while security at the Turkish embassy will be increased.