PSNI give details of security for G8 SummitMonday 03 June 2013 12.57
The Police Service of Northern Ireland has given details of some security arrangements being put in place ahead of the G8 summit in Co Fermanagh in two weeks time.
About 3,600 officers from Great Britain will be travelling to Northern Ireland to support 5,000 local police officers.
Intending passengers have been warned of possible traffic delays around Belfast International and Aldergrove Airports where world leaders will be arriving.
The PSNI says that vehicle checkpoints, searches and other security-related duties will be carried out by officers which may result in delays for motorists.