A modular border post was opened on the border with Ukraine

On December 9, the opening ceremony of the Derazhichi border post took place. All premises are located in 23 compact multifunctional modules, which are equipped with the equipment necessary for a comfortable stay and efficient performance of office tasks.

A modular border post was opened on the border with Ukraine
The premises are equipped with household appliances and furniture. There is a bathhouse and showers at the frontier post. On the territory of the outpost, there are places for storing and repairing equipment, enclosures for service dogs, and a border guard town and sports facilities have been created to conduct training with military personnel.

It is also important that the construction of a modular outpost requires significantly less effort, money and time, and also allows, if necessary, to quickly move a unit to another section of the border.

Border outpost “Derazhichi” is located in the settlement of the same name in Loevsky district. Since October 10, it controls the river section of the Belarusian-Ukrainian state border with a length of more than 20 kilometers.

The opening of the outpost was attended by the First Deputy Chairman of the State Border Committee, Major General Igor Butkevich, Assistant to the President of the Republic of Belarus – Inspector for the Gomel Region, Yuri Shuleiko, servicemen of the border group and other guests.

On this section of the border, you will not find the usual technical means of protection in the form of extended signaling complexes. In the service of the border guards of the “Derazhichi” outpost, they actively use various types of floating craft, thermal imagers. and wetlands. The post is equipped with autonomous power sources (solar panels, wind generators, batteries) and is integrated into the intelligent border guard system of the monitoring center, which is located at the Khoiniki border outpost.

In the future, it is planned to increase the number of autonomous technical means of protection on the Belarusian-Ukrainian section of the border, which will make it possible to remotely monitor over 100 kilometers, including on the territory of the Polesie State Radiation and Environmental Reserve.