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G20 Summit in Bali

G20 Summit in Bali – In a press release, as Gotravela Indonesia quoted from the official website, the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, the G20 Summit or Summit in Bali will be held in mid-November 2022.

In connection with this, the government has implemented quite strict rules in the tourism sector, namely that tourists should not fish Kuta South first.

Bali G20 Summit Official Ban

This prohibition is contained in a circular signed by Badung Regional Secretary I Wayan Adi Arnawa Number 703/10666/Setda/BKPSDM dated 31 October 2022 concerning Restrictions on Community Activities during the G20 Summit. Not only fishing or water activities, this prohibition also applies to traditional ceremonial activities near the location of the G20 Summit in Bali.

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People Don't Know The Prohibition

Quoting from Travel. detik(dot)com (11/11/2022), a number of people still do not know about the existence of prohibitions related to preparations for the G20 Summit in Bali. Mahendra and Rudi, for example, the two residents of Kerobokan admitted that they did not know that there were restrictions on fishing areas.

He only found out when they were going to the fishing area at Kelan Beach and found TNI/POLRI officers waving their hands and forbidding fishing. The beach itself is located not far from the International Airport, I Gusti Ngurah Rai. "Yeah, I don't know yet. "Obviously we are disappointed, we want to try moving to Jimbaran," said Mahendra, Thursday (10/11/2022).

Anticipation of Terrorists Through the Sea Route

The aim of prohibiting tourist activities in the area will be holding the G20 Summit in Bali to anticipate the emergence of terrorists via sea routes. In line with two Kerobokan residents who were banned from fishing, Adi Muhammad also received a ban when looking for worms. “Yes, I have banned looking for worms.

"To be precise, yesterday, he said the area is limited now," explained the Madurese resident who has lived in Denpasar for a long time. According to him, the authorities stated that the reason for the ban was related to the security of the G20 Summit. “Yes, that's what Anticipation says terrorist from the sea route, so I was forced to just go along instead of having problems later," he said again. However, he was confused because the authorities did not tell him which areas anglers were allowed to access and which areas they were not allowed to access.

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Apparatus Guard

Meanwhile, in order to prepare for security ahead of the G20 Summit in Bali, a number of officers have started carrying out security under the Bali Mandara Toll Road. Likewise, when we were about to enter the Kelan Beach area, Tuban Village, South Kuta District, TNI/POLRI officers were also seen starting to be on alert.

Apart from that, marines in plain clothes were also seen walking and standing guard in the Tuban Beach area. The security officers also confirmed that there were restrictions on activities in the waters, including fishing for the public or tourists. “Yes (restrictions on fishing activities). "We specially came to Bali to guard here, so if someone wants to fish until the rock sticks," explained one marine, Putu S. (y)


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