After former United States boss Barack Obama’s five-day vacation, a review island of Bali will acquire Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, whose holiday is scheduled to start on June 26.
“According to a confidence devise we have received, there will be dual [VVIP vacations in a week]: Obama and a Malaysian PM,” National Police orator Brig. Gen. Rikwanto said on Friday.
Najib is scheduled to land in Bali on Monday afternoon and will reportedly stay in a lush St. Regis Resort in Nusa Dua, a same hotel where Saudi Arabian King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud stayed for a week during his revisit to Indonesia in March.
The police, however, have nonetheless to obtain information about a primary minister’s activities in Bali.
Rikwanto pronounced he believed Obama and Najib’s participation would “enliven a Island of a Gods, that is already swarming by domestic and general tourists, generally during a Idul Fitri holiday.”
He combined that military would concur with applicable stakeholders to yield confidence sum for Najib during his stay in Bali.
“Security measures are meant to safeguard both holidays run smoothly, so both VVIPs could suffer their time here in Bali,” he said. (kuk/dmr)