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Wall project on Russia-Ukraine border

October 16, 2014, 18:16 UTC+3
October 15 Ukranian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk visited Kharkiv to inspect progress of the Wall project - construction of border between Russia and Ukraine
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On September 3, Ukranian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk announced plans to build a 2,295-kilometer long border with Russia, the so-called Wall project
On September 3, Ukranian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk announced plans to build a 2,295-kilometer long border with Russia, the so-called Wall project
On September 3, Ukranian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk announced plans to build a 2,295-kilometer long border with Russia, the so-called Wall project
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
October 15 Arseniy Yatsenyuk and other ministers visited Kharkiv region to inspect progress of the project
October 15 Arseniy Yatsenyuk and other ministers visited Kharkiv region to inspect progress of the project
October 15 Arseniy Yatsenyuk and other ministers visited Kharkiv region to inspect progress of the project
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
The ground section of the border will feature a ditch at least four meters wide and two metres deep equipped with systems of optic electronic surveillance, towers and other structures
The ground section of the border will feature a ditch at least four meters wide and two metres deep equipped with systems of optic electronic surveillance, towers and other structures
The ground section of the border will feature a ditch at least four meters wide and two metres deep equipped with systems of optic electronic surveillance, towers and other structures
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
The sea section will be equipped with optic electronic surveillance devices
The sea section will be equipped with optic electronic surveillance devices
The sea section will be equipped with optic electronic surveillance devices
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
The project cost, according to Yatsenyuk, was estimated at 66 million euro
The project cost, according to Yatsenyuk, was estimated at 66 million euro
The project cost, according to Yatsenyuk, was estimated at 66 million euro
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
Photo: A trench, part of a project that envisages the construction of a wall along Ukraine's border with Russia, Kharkiv region, Ukraine, 15 October 2014
Photo: A trench, part of a project that envisages the construction of a wall along Ukraine's border with Russia, Kharkiv region, Ukraine, 15 October 2014
Photo: A trench, part of a project that envisages the construction of a wall along Ukraine's border with Russia, Kharkiv region, Ukraine, 15 October 2014
© ANDREW KRAVCHENKO/POOL
Border guards showed the guests equipment used to dig anti-tank ditches and renovate border crossing points
Border guards showed the guests equipment used to dig anti-tank ditches and renovate border crossing points
Border guards showed the guests equipment used to dig anti-tank ditches and renovate border crossing points
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
By now, a 80-meter long and three-meter wide anti-tank ditch has already been dug along the border with Russia, the UNIAN news agency quoted Sergey Moskalenko, a deputy chief of the eastern regional department of Ukraine’s state border service
By now, a 80-meter long and three-meter wide anti-tank ditch has already been dug along the border with Russia, the UNIAN news agency quoted Sergey Moskalenko, a deputy chief of the eastern regional department of Ukraine’s state border service
By now, a 80-meter long and three-meter wide anti-tank ditch has already been dug along the border with Russia, the UNIAN news agency quoted Sergey Moskalenko, a deputy chief of the eastern regional department of Ukraine’s state border service
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
The Wall project has already stirred up criticism in Ukraine. Thus, Yulia Tymoshenko, Ukraine’s former Prime Minister and now the leader of the Batkivshchina (Fatherland) party said this project was doomed to be inefficient
The Wall project has already stirred up criticism in Ukraine. Thus, Yulia Tymoshenko, Ukraine’s former Prime Minister and now the leader of the Batkivshchina (Fatherland) party said this project was doomed to be inefficient
The Wall project has already stirred up criticism in Ukraine. Thus, Yulia Tymoshenko, Ukraine’s former Prime Minister and now the leader of the Batkivshchina (Fatherland) party said this project was doomed to be inefficient
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
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On September 3, Ukranian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk announced plans to build a 2,295-kilometer long border with Russia, the so-called Wall project
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
October 15 Arseniy Yatsenyuk and other ministers visited Kharkiv region to inspect progress of the project
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
The ground section of the border will feature a ditch at least four meters wide and two metres deep equipped with systems of optic electronic surveillance, towers and other structures
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
The sea section will be equipped with optic electronic surveillance devices
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
The project cost, according to Yatsenyuk, was estimated at 66 million euro
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
Photo: A trench, part of a project that envisages the construction of a wall along Ukraine's border with Russia, Kharkiv region, Ukraine, 15 October 2014
© ANDREW KRAVCHENKO/POOL
Border guards showed the guests equipment used to dig anti-tank ditches and renovate border crossing points
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
By now, a 80-meter long and three-meter wide anti-tank ditch has already been dug along the border with Russia, the UNIAN news agency quoted Sergey Moskalenko, a deputy chief of the eastern regional department of Ukraine’s state border service
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS
The Wall project has already stirred up criticism in Ukraine. Thus, Yulia Tymoshenko, Ukraine’s former Prime Minister and now the leader of the Batkivshchina (Fatherland) party said this project was doomed to be inefficient
© Konstantin Cherginsky/TASS

October 15 Ukranian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk visited Kharkiv to inspect progress of the Wall project  - construction of a border between Russia and Ukraine. Earlier he announced plans to build a 2,295-kilometer long border with Russia. The ground section of the border will feature a ditch at least four meters wide and two metres deep equipped with systems of optic electronic surveillance, towers and other structures. The sea section will be equipped with optic electronic surveillance devices. The project cost, according to Yatsenyuk, was estimated at 66 million euro.

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