Agen Bola terpercaya cityholidaybet.com/ reported, Brazil authority will deploy more than 3,600 armed guards to guarantee security during Friday’s FIFA World Cup draw.
These armed guards include Brazilian army troops, police, municipal guards and agents from Brazil’s federal intelligence service, Abin,agen bola, according to Estado de S.Paulo.
The local media said that air force and navy units will also patrol the area surrounding the Costa do Sauipe luxury resort on Brazil’s northeast coast.
The 2014 World Cup in Brazil is expected to attract 4,800 accredited guests, so there will be three guards for every four invitees.
In June, there was the violent protest during the Confederations Cup, and causing problems to a FIFA bus and an attempt by demonstrators to invade a hotel accommodating the organization’s officials. as reported by Agen judi terpercaya cityholidaybet.com/.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter earlier admitted security had been a major point discussed during a meeting with the local World Cup organizing committee.