Hundreds of protesters calling global leaders to take swifter action on climate change will likely face up to 5,000 military personnel and authorities from around Switzerland since they march into the ski resort of Davos for a planned protest.
Greta Thunberg, the 17-year-old Swedish activist, is expected to deal with the yearly World Economic Forum (WEF) gathering of international business and political leaders, at which U.S. President Donald Trump is your headline speaker.
The 50th edition of this assembly sees the return of Trump later he pulled in 2019.
Fighter jets, ground defense systems, and extra radar, among other steps, will shield some 3,000 participants in the assembly, Swiss police officers said on Monday.
“Various folks on the planet are under great danger if you can set it this way, and where they seem, they deserve commensurate safety steps,” Walter Schlegel, the regional police commander, told a press conference on Monday.
“The U.S. president has a significant security detail that has to be set up,” Schlegel said.
Activists are put to achieve Davos by trekking paths and train after police banned foot traffic onto a street resulting in Davos in the neighboring village of Klosters.
To begin their three-day parade on Sunday, a few protesters wore koala bear outfits to listen to Australian bush fires whose harmful intensity was linked by scientists to a warming world.