Norway to build wall on Russian-Norwegian border
The same decisions took the governments of Estonia and Latvia
The Norwegian government has taken a decision on the introduction of new security measures at the checkpoint Storskog on the Russian-Norwegian border. It was reported by BBC, citing the Ministry of Justice and Public Security of Norway.
The decision to build a wall height of about 3.5 meters and a length of 200 meters at a checkpoint Storskog, according to the press service of the Ministry, made in connection with a possible increase in the influx of refugees from Russia.
Estonia also is going to build the wall on the border with Russia. Money were allocated from the state budget for this purpose this year.
Latvia begins the construction of the wall on the border with Russia. Head of the State Border Guard Service of Latvia Normunds Garbars said that the height of the fence will be 2.7 meters and the length - 92 km.
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