France:COP21, 30,000 agents patrol borders starting today

Foreign Black Blocs already in Paris, according to media reports

13 November, 16:07

    A French police officer monitors the border crossing between France and Spain in Biaratou,  southwestern France A French police officer monitors the border crossing between France and Spain in Biaratou, southwestern France

    (ANSAmed) - PARIS, NOVEMBER 13 - Some 30,000 officers are patrolling French borders, as announced over the past few days, to ensure security during the UN conference on climate change COP 21 to be held in Paris from November 30 through December 11.

    France has decided to restore as of Friday custom checks along its borders - a temporary measure provided for by Schengen agreement rules that will last one month.

    Meanwhile, according to BFM-TV, several groups of 'Black Blocs' from Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium, as well as Australia and the Philippines have already arrived in the Paris area to protest during the world climate summit. (ANSAmed).

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