Turkey is to be fenced off from Syria via a controversial four-meter high wall, according to reports by Ino TV and Leganese channel Al Mayadeen.
According to the Fort Russ website, the decision to do so came from Turkish authorities who wish to fence off the border provinces of Kilis and Gaziantep from Aleppo which they claim is controlled by ISIS.
Fort Russ reports:
The total length of the construction will be 82 km.
The Islamic State is a terrorist organization whose activity in Russia is prohibited.
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