TALLINN - The Interior Ministry has set apart half a million euros for the purchase of unmanned aerial vehicles to be used for monitoring the entire length of Estonia’s eastern border.
Interior Minister Hanno Pevkur said drones will help to more promptly detect and fix crossings of the border in places not designated for crossing and give patrols a better overview of unlawful activities in border areas. “There are at the external border areas which are not accessible to foot patrols. That’s why it’s good to use unmanned aerial vehicles or drones, which allow...
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