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In order to prevent illegal entry during the epidemic, Angola strengthens patrols on its border with Namibia.

In order to prevent illegal entry during the epidemic, Angola strengthens patrols on its border with Namibia.

According to Angolan media reports on the 1st local time, the Angolan National Police in Kunene Province recently intensified patrols on the border with Namibia to prevent illegal entry.

The border between the two countries closed due to the COVID-19 epidemic is 460 kilometers long, of which 340 kilometers are bounded by land and 120 kilometers are bounded by rivers.

Border police in Kune Province of Angola reportedly guard the borders of Angola and Namibia around the clock and also use drones to ensure the security of the border.

It is reported that the use of drones can monitor the inaccessibility of border police and collect the necessary information to assist law enforcement, thus helping to reduce the physical input of border police.

Nicolau Tuvecalela, spokesman for the Angolan police in Kune Province, said that these modern technological means are used by Angolan border police to prevent illegal entry of foreign citizens.

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