More security for soccer cup in Brazil may help Israeli companies

Israeli companies may get some “Last Minute” contracts for the upcoming soccer  tournament in Brazil to be held in June. Brazil is using more than 25,000 troops along its borders with 10 South American nations to reinforce security ahead of the Confederations Cup soccer tournament in June.

The Defense Ministry says in a statement that 25,000 army, navy and air force troops began deployment on Saturday along the nearly 17,000 kilometers (10,600 miles) of border Brazilshares with its neighbors.

Planes, helicopters, and patrol boats will be used to stop drug trafficking, arms smuggling and other crimes, as well as the entry of illegal immigrants during the June 15-30 World Cup warm-up tournament.

Israeli companies are involved in securing the events and now according to some sources may be asked to add some services involving Israeli made systems


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