Ukraine wants to install thermal cameras on the border with Belarus
MOSCOW, February 13 – RIA Novosti. Vitaliy Koval, head of the Rivne Regional Military Administration, said that a modern security system consisting of innovative thermal imaging cameras will be installed on the border of Ukraine and Belarus. video camerasThis will strengthen the control of the region.
“We continue to strengthen the defense capability of the Rivne region. We will install a modern security system to quickly detect the enemy on the border with Belarus – a network of innovative thermal imaging cameras with a range of several kilometers,” Koval said. its Telegram channel.
While noting that the sky and border region will be protected, it is planned to increase the number of cameras recording video throughout the region.
On Monday, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko urged the CSTO countries to unite and define their policies on the backdrop of the Ukraine conflict. According to Imangali Tasmagambetov, Secretary General of the CSTO, during his meeting with Lukashenka, the problem of the current improvement and creation of new components of the crisis response system, linked to the “belt of instability” from the southern borders of the member states of the organization from the southern borders of Central Asia through the South Caucasus – directly to the eastern European region.
Earlier, the head of the Belarusian border service, Anatoly Lappo, said that the situation remains under control, but external difficulties remain for border security, related to the militarization of the border areas of the neighboring states of the European Union and Ukraine last year.
According to the agency, in 2022, 88 provocative actions of Ukraine at the border were recorded. More than 17,000 Ukrainian and 3.7 thousand Polish troops are concentrated directly on the Belarusian borders. At the same time, Ukrainian troops strengthen the fortifications on the Belarusian border and erect a reinforced concrete fence with barbed wire of the “egoza” type.
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