Israeli Police warn: No drones during Vice President Pence's visit

Israeli Police are hard at work preparing for the upcoming visit of Vice President Mike Pence.

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January 19, 2018 14:58
Israeli Police warn: No drones during Vice President Pence's visit

Blue Shield 1 Police photos . (photo credit: POLICE SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)

 
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When US President Donald Trump visited Israel, Israeli Police referred to the visit as code name "Blue Shield 1." Now, Police are hard at work preparing for the upcoming vice presidential visit, fittingly dubbed "Blue Shield 2."

Thousands of police officers, Border Policemen and volunteers will take their stations Sunday to secure the vice president, conduct traffic and ensure public order.

The police have warned that it is completely forbidden to fly any type of plane, including drones, in Jerusalem's airspace during the Pence's visit.

During Pence's visit, various traffic routes in Jerusalem will be closed, and the Israeli public will be informed of the closures through the media as well as the police's social media presence.


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