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‘Public safety’ main concern at bilateral security meeting

28 September 2017 08:13 PM


ACN | Barcelona


A bilateral security meeting between the Catalan and Spanish authorities took place on Thursday to discuss the policing of Sunday’s independence referendum. Spain’s Secretary of State of Security, José Antonio Nieto, spoke after the meeting, saying that president Carles Puigdemont had turned down a request to withdraw the referendum, and as a result his government’s main objectives on Sunday would be “that the law be obeyed, the rule of law defended and that social harmony be maintained in Catalonia.”

  • ‘Public safety’ main concern at bilateral security meeting