Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis visited Alexandroupolis (Evros) region with Interior Minister Takis Theodorikakos.
The Greek Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, visited the Alexandroupoli (Evros) region of Greece, on the Turkish border, with the Greek Minister of Interior, Takis Theodorikakos.
Mitsotakis pledged to build a wall along the country’s entire land border with Türkiye. Pointing out that they plan to add 35km to the existing 37.5km steel wall in the next 12 months, Prime Minister Mitsotakis explained that this plan could be completely off the agenda if another government came to power.
Pointing out that more than 100 km of walls will be added by 2026, he said: “I would like to express my regret that there are political forces fighting against this project in Greece today. The current wall and the walls we promise will be an effective deterrent against illegal immigration.” What we built helped prevent more than 250,000 crossings across our land borders last year.”
There are 212 km of land border between Türkiye and Greece. The wall project, which began with the construction of a 3-meter-high and 12.5-kilometer-long metal wall on the border by Greece in 2012 to prevent the passage of Syrian refugees, and the construction of a new steel wall 5 meters high and 27 kilometers long for migrants from Afghanistan in October 2020 with. Today, there are active acoustic interceptors and border teams on the Greek side of the wall, which stretches for 37.5 kilometers.
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