Moroccan Army builds 10 border surveillance centres on the border with Algeria
The Royal armed forces (FAR) are planning to focus on ten new border surveillance centers at the border with Algeria. The purpose of this is the rise of smugglers and the infiltration of terrorist elements on the national territory, reports the daily Al Massae in its weekend edition.
These new centers will be equipped with highly developed military equipment. They will also be equipped with 33 cameras that 24 hours a day and will be operational all week.
The new border surveillance centers will be activated in april, the newspaper said.
The decision to set up this ten border surveillance centres comes after the installation of new Algerian border surveillance centers covering the borders of the towns of Oujda, Taourirt, Berkane and Jerada.