Blaszczak: Poland is placing anti-tank hedgehogs on roads from Belarus and Russia
WARSAW, 23 February – RIA Novosti. The Polish army is placing anti-tank hedgehogs on the roads leading through Belarus and Russia. knowledgeable Polish Minister of National Defense Mariusz Blaszczak.
“We have started preemptively strengthening security on the border of Russia and Belarus. This is part of our defense and deterrence strategy. The first fortifications are already being deployed on the border of the Kaliningrad region,” said the head of the Ministry of Defense. from Twitter.
The minister decided that anti-tank hedgehogs and concrete fortifications were placed on the roads leading to the checkpoints, adding photos to his entrance.
Currently, the Polish army equips the border with the Kaliningrad region with barbed wire. At the end of last year, the Polish authorities signed a contract worth $ 84 million to build an electronic barrier on the Russian border.
In the summer, Poland completed the main part of the construction of a barrier on the border with Belarus. The length of the fence is 186 kilometers, its height is five meters, and its cost is 1.6 billion zloty (about 400 million dollars). Now the design is equipped with night vision cameras, motion sensors and other electronics.
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