The Greek administration has placed two electronic devices that can emit powerful sound waves and make people deaf to be used against asylum seekers in the border area.
According to reports in the Greek press, the Athens administration has installed two new portable devices capable of emitting powerful sound waves in the border area of Evros to be used against possible mass influx of immigrants.
Two Long Range Active Acoustic Stimulus (LRAD) systems, which produce sound bombs and have the power to deafen people, were delivered to the Greek Police Service (ELAS) on the Turkish-Greek border.
Used in civilian and military areas around the world, LRAD systems, when used on people, can confuse, become deaf, cause unbearable pain and cause uncertain health problems.
Within the scope of the decision to strengthen the border troops, it was noted that 4 unmanned aerial vehicles, 15 thermal cameras, 5 plastic boats and 10 armored patrol vehicles were included in the border surveillance system.
On the other hand, it was reported that the construction of the new wire wall on the Turkish-Greek border, which was announced to be built in the Meriç region against illegal immigration, started in the Ferecik region.
In the statements made by the Greek authorities, it was stated that there will be 8 watchtowers on the wall, which is planned to be 27 kilometers long and 4.3 meters high towards the north.