Those staying in hotels along 9 de Julio Avenue, the main road in Buenos Aires, have spent this week being awoken by the noise of blaring sirens, motorbikes and hovering helicopters as the city has beefed up security to welcome the G20 Summit. About 22,000 police and security forces have been deployed to ensure the safety of the summit, according to Argentine Security Minister Patricia Bullrich. China has extended its support to Argentina by offering police equipment to local security forces.
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