Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will hold a state funeral in Tokyo, and the police will send more than 20,000 police officers to maintain security.
[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] After Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was killed in Nara City in July, he will hold a "state funeral" at the "Nihon Budokan" in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo today (27th) at 13:00.
The Japanese National Police Agency dispatched about 20,000 police officers to strengthen security and security.
Earlier, it was reported locally that there was an odor on the Tokaido Shinkansen platform at JR Tokyo Station. After an emergency fire department was dispatched to investigate, no abnormality was found.
According to NHK, the state funeral of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will be held at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo's Ta-ku at 13:00 today. The police have been raised to the highest level and about 20,000 personnel have been dispatched to maintain security.
This is the first large-scale security operation after the Prime Minister's shooting. 20,000 police officers are distributed in the hotel where the VIPs are staying, the state funeral venue and other places, and luggage will be checked indiscriminately before entering the venue.
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Tokyo, where the state funeral is held, has begun a large-scale traffic control. In addition to expressway control, specific roads near the venue are also closed. The police appeal to the public who go to the venue to mourn to remember to detour in advance.
Earlier at 8:00 local time, there was a report that the trash can on the platform of the Tokaido Shinkansen at JR Tokyo Station had an odor. The police did not dare to neglect after receiving the news, and urgently dispatched the fire department to deal with it. However, after arriving at the scene, no abnormality was found. At present, due to the large number of police forces and the public, chaos in the subway station has been caused.