Latvia installs 37-kilometer barbed wire fence on border with Belarus

Source : 112 Ukraine

It is also planned to build 22.8 kilometers of additional fences at the border
16:34, 27 November 2021

Latvia has installed a 37-kilometer barbed wire fence on the border with Belarus. This is reported by Delfi.

“On Friday, the installation of a temporary barbed wire fence on the Latvian-Belarusian border was completed. The fence has been installed for almost 37 km, but the construction work is still ongoing, since the volume of the fence sections is quite large, "the statement says.

It is noted that it is still planned to build 22.8 km of additional fences at the border.
It is assumed that the total costs for the additional purchase of barbed wire, fence construction and technical supervision services will not exceed € 2,229,271.

Following the construction of a temporary fence, worth approximately € 3.7 million, it is planned to erect a permanent fence. The draft message of the Ministry of Internal Affairs to the government says that in general it is necessary to build 172.9 km of the border strip, including a permanent barrier with a length of 134 km.

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Recently Latvia conducted unannounced exercises on the border with Belarus, which are associated with the crisis on the border of Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.

On November 8, a large number of migrants were seen at the Polish-Belarusian border. After that, the Belarusian regime tried many times to help illegal immigrants to get to Poland.

Every day, migrants attack the Polish border, but they fail to break through.

Recently, the Belarusian regime took migrants from some border areas and placed them in a logistics center. A real town of illegal immigrants is being created there.

According to the Polish government, this is how the Belarusian regime prepares illegal immigrants for border attacks.

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