Egoza is one of the well-known brands under which modern barbed wire is sold - razor wire and barriers and it. Egoza, like Concertina, is associated with sharp razor blades of wire, coils of a cylindrical security barrier and high security of objects fenced by Egoza razor wire. The Egoza brand is used in many countries of the world, such as the USA and Australia, Bulgaria and North Macedonia, Sweden and Greece, Slovenia and Moldova, Great Britain and Germany, Egypt and Israel, Serbia and Romania, Czech Republic and India, Azerbaijan and Spain, the Netherlands and Kazakhstan, China and Albania, Mexico and Latvia, Turkey and Liechtenstein, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lithuania and Norway, Cyprus and Poland, Finland and Portugal, Monaco and Slovakia, Uzbekistan and Luxembourg, Italy and Ukraine, Belgium and France, Croatia and Austria, Montenegro and Denmark, Georgia and Switzerland, Estonia and Hungary. In all these countries, as well as many others, the Egoza brand is registered, under which Egoza razor wire and concertina wire are advertised.
In Imatra, a test section of the razor wire fence is ready, which is being built on the border with Russia in southeastern Finland.
The razor wire fence along the border with the Russian exclave in Kaliningrad will be further reinforced not only with razor wire, but also with sensors and surveillance cameras.
The European Parliament cannot decide on the financing of border fences and barbed wire, which are needed by many EU countries to protect against illegal migration.
Poland on Tuesday announced plans to install thousands of cameras and motion sensors along its border with the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad, in addition to a fence and razor wire.
Finland is building a three-kilometer experimental section of concertina wire fence along the border with Russia.
Work on the construction of a concertina wire fence in Estonia continues, with a fence and razor wire being installed on the second section of the border.
Finland begins construction of planned 200km concertina razor wire fence on border with Russia.
Poland is stepping up security measures on the border with Belarus and the Kaliningrad region of Russia, installing anti-tank hedgehogs in addition to concertina razor wire.
The EU countries are demanding tighter measures at the borders in order to prevent the migration crisis that threatens the EU countries.
Poland is going to strengthen the razor wire fence under construction on the border with Russia with a system of surveillance cameras and motion sensors.
Residents of Atienu oppose illegal migrants, but do not want to be imprisoned themselves, surrounded by concertina razor wire.
Razor wire in Cyprus will be installed on an additional section of the green line to the village of Atienou.