Site icon YCNews

The U.S. Embassy in South Korea stepped up guard, and police cars grew up.

The U.S. Embassy in South Korea stepped up guard, and police cars grew up.

May 19 – According to Yonhap News Agency on the 18th, U.S. President Biden will visit South Korea for a three-day basis from the 20th. The South Korean police will provide the highest level of security services and increase the security of relevant facilities such as U.S. embassies and residences.

On May 18, outside the U.S. Embassy in South Korea, police intensified their inspection.

On the 18th, the front of the U.S. Embassy in South Korea in Seoul was heavily guarded, and the police car platooned up, and many police officers patrolled near the embassy.

On May 18, outside the U.S. Embassy in South Korea, the police car platoon grew up.

The office of the South Korean presidential palace introduced the specific arrangements for the summit meeting between South Korea and the United States on the 18th: Biden will arrive in South Korea on the afternoon of the 20th, visit the National Cemetery Xianzhong Court on the 21st, and then go to the presidential palace to meet with Yin Xiyue. After the meeting, the two sides will hold a press conference and attend the dinner together.

Exit mobile version