Pedro Sanchez said the country's security forces are already working on a security operation for a meeting scheduled for December 9th.
Chaos, uncertainty, expectation, operations of all kinds and open sky. And in the middle, of which finally (almost) everyone wants to be part of. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez was also sent out in that wave, and he had received a spoon and invited Boca and the river to question the meeting that this weekend was shortened by the attack on the micro who had moved to the xeneize delegation.
"Spain is ready to hold the Copa Libertadores final between Boca Juniors and River Plate," the Spanish president wrote in his Twitter account while the official decision of the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) was expected.
Spain is ready to hold the final #CopaLibertadores between @BocaJrsOficial and @CARPoficial, FCSE and relevant services with extensive experience on such devices already work on the necessary deployment to ensure event security.
– Pedro Sánchez (@sanchezcastejon) November 29, 2018
The head of the state also boasted the security advantages his country could offer, the big deficit he had been crashing into a weekend fight. "The FCSE (National Security Forces and Entities) and relevant services with extensive experience with such devices are already working on the necessary deployment to ensure the security of the action."