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New spar buoys to be installed in Narva Reservoir to mark border.

BNS/TBT Staff

The Estonian Police and Border Guard Board will mark the border zone area of the Estonian-Russian border on the Narva Reservoir with approximately 40 new spar buoys this summer.

"This summer, the Police and Border Guard Board is planning to mark the border regime area on the Narva Reservoir with approximately 40 new spar buoys," Helen Neider-Veerme, head of the office for integrated administration of the border at the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board, informed.

The official said that the light buoys previously installed on the Narva River will remain there. "Similarly to the light buoys, the aim of the spar buoys is to make the border regime area visible to people moving in the bodies of water and thus prevent people accidentally entering the border regime area or trying to illegally cross the border," she said.

At present altogether 178 light buoys installed in cooperation with the Russian border guard this spring are marking the border regime area on the Narva River and Reservoir.

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Date:Jun 29, 2017
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