Personal Security for 7 Presidents in Malta, June 2019
Safeguarding the Visit of 7 Presidents during the South EU Summit in Malta
The Maltese Government engaged us to protect and convey the presidents and prime ministers of the Mediterranean (France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece and the host, Malta) for the duration of the South EU Summit in Malta.
Our first task was to ship our armoured limousines from Germany to Malta and station them at the military base there. We then safeguarded the airport transfers and the transportation of the presidents to the Maltese seat of government and parliament building.
We would like to take this opportunity to emphasise the exceptionally good and helpful cooperation we experienced with the representatives of the government, the army and the police.
In the course of a personal conversation, we invited President Emmanuel Macron to a sightseeing tour of Allgäu. VIP-Mobile was pleased to be able to successfully fulfil this contract to the satisfaction of the Maltese Government.
Preparations for the Assignment in Malta
In order to be able to guarantee the security of the presidents on location, we transported our armoured limousines first of all by heavy haulage to Genoa and then shipped the vehicles from there to Malta.
Arrival in Malta
Special government license plates were fitted on arrival at the military base in Malta. Additionally, the armoured vehicles were distinguished by flags denoting the respective nationality of the passenger.
Collecting the VIPs directly from the runway at the airport
Proceeding to the Presidential Palace
After the Prime Minister of Malta, Joseph Muscat, had duly welcomed all participants of the South EU Summit and important items had been discussed, we conducted the group safely to the next event destination: the presidential palace.
Great Line-Up for the Escort of the Presidents to the Airport
Following the meeting of the heads of state, we escorted the presidents safely back to the airport.
Finally, we transported our armoured limousines back home again.