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The governor’s office of Turkey’s Kars Province has issued a statement informing that video surveillance cameras have been installed in order to make its sector of the border with Armenia safer.

The statement said the cost of installing these cameras was 2,880,000 liras (about US$750,000), according to SonDakika (Last Minute) news website of Turkey.

“These video cameras will also prevent the unpleasant incidents that occur from time to time,” the statement also reads.

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