Tovuz. Azer Mammadli – APA. Defense walls are being constructed in Tovuz’s Alibeyli village which is located near the Armenian border in order to protect the village from enemy bullets. The construction has been ongoing since a few years ago and still continues, the Tovuz district executive power told APA’s western bureau.
According to information, the construction is being carried out by Azerbaijan’s Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Agency (ARRA). The walls are mainly intended to protect social and educational facilities as well as residential houses close to the contact line from bullets. The district executive authority said as long as 500m wall has been constructed in the Hajalli village of Tovuz. In THE Alibeyli village, the wall is 700 to 800m in length but the construction process there still continues. Another such wall will be built in Tovuz’s Aghdam village which is situated near the border with the adversary.
The protective walls are 4m in height and 80cm in width.
Note that, Tovuz’s Alibeyli village is the closest residential area to the border with Armenia. Shots fired from the enemy side have repeatedly wounded civilians in the past.