It became known that Russia wanted to build up forced entry-resistant construction in November, 2017. Russian Security Service reported on the end of the construction on December 28.
The representatives of the service stated that there are several hundreds of sensors of various action types.
The length of the fence is 50 km, it costs $28,806.
The occupation authorities stated that in such a way they are trying to provide security on the peninsula.
In his turn, the Deputy Minister of Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs Yuriy Grymchak stated that the construction of the fence was a “quite weird” decision, as Crimea is a peninsula and there are many entries to it.