Armed Forces Increase Controls in Border Area


The Armed Forces are adding modern electronic devices to increase control of illegal cross-border trafficking of people and goods. They have already doubled, to reach 290, the number of cameras located at strategic points on the dividing line with neighboring Haiti. The cameras are sophisticated models for military surveillance, which can even detect body heat at night. They are joined by vehicles equipped with high-efficiency drones that, like cameras, send the captured images to operations centers. The action of motorized patrols and fixed surveillance posts is oriented. The Minister of Defense, Lieutenant General of the Dominican Republic Army (ERD) Carlos Luciano Díaz Morfa, assured that the armed forces, mainly the specialized units of the ministry, continuously improve their strategies, methods, and equipment in the task of policing the border, which […]

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