Bali Police Alert 180 Staff to Secure DWG-3 Aug 9-11

Badung – Bali Regional Police alerted 180 people to secure 3rd Development Working Group (DWG) activities on September 11th in Nusa Dua, Badung, Bali.

In support of the event, Bali Police and Staff organized an event to hold an opening ceremony for Gapura Agung-VII operations as part of securing the 3rd DWG located in the parking area of Bali Nusa Dua, in Bali, on Monday.

According to Karo Ops Polda Bali Kombes. Pol Firman Nainggolan, the personnel involved in security, can learn from security operations from previous operations and improve security as the series of G20 events is still long.

“I hope that what was a shortcoming in the security of the previous operation will be corrected and improved, as the G20-related security round will still exist after this one,” Firman Nainggolan said.

Firman told all personnel involved in securing the Gapura Agung-VII operations to continue to make this conference security operation a new security operation, so that the preparation of security personnel remains stable.

“I understand that the colleagues who provide this security have been involved on several occasions, but this usual thing should not make us complacent and forget standard operating procedures for security,” he said.

The Development Working Group (DWG) is one of the working groups of the Indonesian G20 Presidency 2022 which aims to discuss development issues in developing countries, least developed countries (LDCs) and developing countries. Archipelagos (Small Island Developing States/SIDS).

The DWG was first formed at the G20 Summit in Toronto, Canada, in 2010, with the main task of discussing the G20 priority agenda in the area of ​​development.

DWG identifies development challenges and then formulates the best solutions to promote economic growth in developing and low-income countries to alleviate the global financial crisis.

In Indonesia’s 2022 G20 Presidency, the DWG is chaired by the Ministry of National Development Planning/National Planning Agency (Bapennas) as a focal point for representatives of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia. ‘Indonesia. The DWG successfully organized activities, namely the first DWG meeting in Jakarta on February 24-25, 2022 and the second DWG meeting in Yogyakarta on May 18-19, 2022.

Meanwhile, the third meeting of the DWG in Bali from August 9-11, 2022 will be held to identify development challenges and formulate the best solutions to encourage economic growth in developing and low-income countries with the aim of mitigate the global financial crisis in Nusa. Doua, Bali. (HW/ree)

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