Details on U.S. President visit to Turkey revealed
The Turkish government will deploy more than 4,000 policemen along with several other security measures during U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to Ankara and Istanbul on April 6 and 7, reported Worldbulletin.
The Air Force One plane carrying Obama will land at Ankara's Esenboga Airport in the evening on April 5. Following a welcoming ceremony at the airport, Obama will head to downtown Ankara in one of two decoy cars. Turkish police will operate jammers, which neutralize radio-controlled explosive devices, during Obama's short trip to downtown.
Obama and his team will stay at Sheraton Hotel in Ankara. The 24-storey tower building will be closed for one day for Obama and his team. The police will be on alert around Sheraton Hotel during Obama's stay.
Obama will visit Anitkabir, Ataturk's Mausoleum, in the morning on April 6. Obama will later meet Turkish President Abdullah Gul. Obama will also deliver a speech at the Turkish Parliament and meet Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Obama will proceed to Istanbul after his talks in Ankara.