Regional Military Command IX / Udayana has prepared 8,000 to 9,000 personnel to secure the United States President Barack Obama during a visit to Bali, Indonesia. Regional Commander IX / Udayana Major General Hotmangaradja Pandjaitan, stated that he was preparing security for Obama's arrival in Bali. Related to the arrival of President Obama's plan to Bali, the Udayana Regional Military Command IX, ready to secure the President who had spent his childhood in Jakarta is. "Yes 8 to 9 thousand personnel we prepared to secure President Obama during his stay in Bali," said Regional Commander.
Security is certainly comparable to the security of international standard activities. "Until now I have found no confirmation, but if true then he would come here, we've got a maximum of 8,000 to 9,000 personnel," she said again. Although there is no certainty, however, the information obtained in the field indicate if state officials and the American consulate is coordinating with the local police and the Indonesian National Army (TNI). Even the upper echelons of TNI also has had time to come to Bali to further coordinate security measures related to Obama. President Obama planned to visit in Indonesia around 20-22 March 2010, he will visit the capital city of Jakarta, is also going to visit the island of Bali in Indonesia.