Construction workers install border wall on U.S.-Mexico border
A construction crew installed a wall along the U.N.-Mexico boundary to protect against cross-border attacks in an effort to build a barrier along the 2,000-mile border between the two countries, officials said Monday.
The project was part of a $1.7 billion program to build two large concrete walls along the border between Mexico and the United States.
Construction on the border wall began Monday at a border station in San Diego, with the construction crew expected to finish the work in late July, said Brian Murray, the acting director of the U.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is paying for the project, Murray said.
The walls will be about 25 feet tall, with about 50 feet between them, he said.
Murray added that the cost of the project is estimated at $3.5 billion. “
We are not just looking for cheap material,” Murray said, adding that the border walls will “be a permanent, permanent part of the wall.”
Murray added that the cost of the project is estimated at $3.5 billion.
The wall will not be a permanent part on the U.-Mexico frontier, but will be used to guard against future attacks from Mexican gangs, including a new group known as the Zetas, that have stepped up their attacks.
Zetans are Mexican cartels that have taken over parts of southern California, including parts of the border towns of El Paso and Brownsville.
They have been linked to dozens of killings and hundreds of kidnappings across the border.
Last week, the U-S.
Border Patrol arrested three members of the Zeta gang, who had been hiding in the border city of Tijuana.
The Mexican government is also investigating the Zets, but officials have said they are not a threat.
The Zetabas are considered a drug cartel by the U,S.
government and Mexico, and are thought to be linked to more than $1 billion in kidnappings, murders, robberies and other crimes across the U., according to the U’s most recent crime report.
Officials also said the ZETAS are being targeted for retaliation.
“They are targeting the people of the state of Tamaulipas, and they are targeting Tamaulin and Tamaquiles, the indigenous people, and we will protect the people,” said Murray.
Murray added the U is also working to establish a U. S.-Mexico Border Police Command and a U-MISSION to support and support U.MISSION.
The new border wall will also be the first of its kind to be built on U-Mexico border, said Murray, who is also the director of U.C.I. Border Research and Engineering.
“The U.A.E. border is the safest border in the world, and this wall is an essential step to help keep the border safe and secure,” Murray added.
The border wall project is expected to cost $1,836 million.
It will include the construction of a two-foot-high steel fencing system and a wall that will cover two miles along the Mexico border.
The cost of construction is expected over the next two years, with a total estimated cost of $4.7 million.