Ahead of the G20 summit, Turkey has beefed up security measures.Some 12,000 personnel are being deployed in the southern resort city of Antalya.
Xinhua correspondents say that several checkup points are set up around the meeting venue. And personnel and baggage are checked several times over before entering.
Leaders of the world’s 20 major economies will meet for their 10th summit on Sunday and Monday. They will seek ways to continue the global economy’s congoing recovery and solid growth.But many are concerned over the deteriorating security situation in the country.
In recent months, two suicide bombings in the Turkish capital and in the southeast have killed 136 people. In response, the Turkish government has stepped up security measures across the country.