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Great Ukrainian Wall

Posted on August 14, 2017 by tim

After a few years ago Ukraine decided to build a wall on Russian border. Previously there was no border and people could snoop here and there between two states. They wanted to build a full-time wall, like the Israel is having with Palestine but it turned out most of the funds were stolen in process so they got a fence.

Three years ago around 100 million dollars was invested into this task. Most of the funds were coming from European Union as being told by some sources.  The wall had to be a six-meter (20 feet) solid tall and had to be guarded all the time by the border guards.

One of the biggest problems here isn’t even a Russian invasion but rather the smuggling stuff here and there all the time. So they had to build 2,000 kms of the wall till 2018.

As of now only 300 km of the wall is ready and it’s not a wall but rather a fence. What happened? Construction companies say that they don’t receive enough funds.

Ukrainian state attorneys already investigating this case. And a few days ago this August they arrested a few people and charged them with misappropriation of state funds. Everyone arrested worked either in Ukrainian border guard or was a contractor working for them. They are charged with stealing around $800,000 as of now.


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3 Responses to “Great Ukrainian Wall”

  1. Alain says:

    “smuggling stuff” : money to finance terrorism in Ukraine, merely…

    Great Putin : he has divided Ukraine and Russia for long, with his aggression !

  2. Slaven says:

    Ukraine is lost case with this governments. Sucking up to germans is never a good solution. They think Ukrainians are sub-humans as well as the rest of Slavic people.

    Never forget Germany wanted to exterminate us. FUCK EU and their 4th Reich. Ukraine and Russia are brotherly nations who should not make mistakes and act as west pleases which is what Croatia and Serbia did just so that few mobsters in the process of privatization could get rich.

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