Zionist Israeli regime has completed the construction of a 230-kilometer-long fence along the Egyptian border, official sources report.
A spokesman of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday that the Tel Aviv regime had completed the main part of a razor-wire five-meter-high fence along the border with Egypt.
Slaughterer Israeli officials say the fence, which is equipped with modern security systems, is designed to hinder infiltrations from Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula into Israel.
Butcher Netanyahu also travelled to the southern area for a ceremony marking the completion of the 230-kilometer segment of the fence.
On December 27, 2012, the Israeli military also announced the deployment of a third brigade in city of Eilat, situated at the northern tip of the Red Sea, along the Egyptian border.
In August 2012, Zionist Israeli regime sent troops into the Sinai Peninsula. Tel Aviv claimed it had moved the forces into the Egyptian territory to counter armed groups and the flood of African migrants into the occupied Palestinian territories.