While the Civil Guard will control vehicular traffic and airport security, the Defense Ministry will supervise air safety.
For its part, Madrid's Municipal Police will control urban mobility and support government delegations in their movements.
This special surveillance reinforcement device, which is part of a level-4 alert, will remain until Dec. 14, as the Interior Minister reported.
This security device has been organized to control the presence of thousands of anti-capitalist activists, environmental defenders, and concerned citizens who are arriving from all over the world to demand that UN countries take concrete measures to halt global climate change.
UN climate talks COP25 start in Madrid tomorrow, moved from Santiago amidst mass protests.
In Glasgow today climate activists & the Chilean community join together for a day of solidarity, learning and organising together.
The COP25 was initially scheduled to be held in Santiago. In mid-October, however, Chile's President Sebastian Piñera announced that his country would not host the UN summit.
Spain then offered to take the place of Chile, a South American country whose citizens are protesting against the structural violence prompted by the political, social and economic status quo, which Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship imposed in 1973.