VILNIUS – The Lithuanian State Border Guard Service (VSAT) said on Friday it has signed a contract on the installation of a surveillance system on a 111-kilometer strip of border with Belarus.
The contract, worth over 7.185 million euros, was awarded to the Vilnius-based engineering solutions company Fima, the winning bidder, it said.
The main part of the system will be installed in the so-called "Dieveniskes appendix", an area surrounded by Belarus from all sides. The project is expected to be completed by December 2021.
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