One-third of the maritime border between Estonia and Russia on the border lakes Peipsi and Lammijarv has been marked by the Estonian Maritime Administration with buoys by now,“ Jalmar Ernits, chief of the Mustvee border guard base of the Police and Border Guard Board, said. гIn the big lake the border has been marked with buoys to date from the middle of the lake to Vasknarva and in Lammijarv from Piirissaar to Mehikoorma.“
The EVA 301 and EVA 302 boats of the Estonian Maritime Administration are set to place altogether 130 buoys as border markers with o...
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