G7 exclusion zone is in force since evening

G7 exclusion zone is in force since evening

Meanwhile, Münster’s city center has almost nothing in common. Police have created security zones for the G7 meeting.

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Due to the closure of roads in the middle of the city, there is a situation of jam in the evening. Roads are congested, especially around the main railway station, and traffic has come to a standstill on many roads. The background is the security area surrounding the Atlantic Hotel. Therefore traffic is mainly supported on von-Steben-Strae to Eisenbahnstrae. At 8 p.m. the establishment of a restricted area on Cathedral Square continued.

The Prinzipalmarkt was decorated for state guests.© Antenna Munster

The Prinzipalmarkt was decorated for state guests.

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While barriers to the restricted area were set up on the Prinzepalmarkt and Domplatz, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and German Foreign Minister Annalena Berbock were already on the plane to Münster. The two will land at Münster/Osnabrück airport on Wednesday evening: again on Thursday morning to participate in a German-American discussion event.

The Town Hall will be the venue for the G7 Foreign Ministers’ meeting.© Antenna Munster

The Town Hall will be the venue for the G7 Foreign Ministers’ meeting.

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The G7 meeting will begin on Thursday at 3:30 pm at City Hall. However, the restricted areas for the G7 meeting will come into effect from 10 pm today. It will remain in place till Friday evening. Domplatz and Prinzepalmarkt can only be reached on foot. After checking police id.

Here you can find all the information about the G7 meeting in a concise form,

The hotel is protected by Atlantic Police.© Antenna Munster

The hotel is protected by Atlantic Police.

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