RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Dominican Republic had already built 23 kilometers of fence along the border with Haiti, in work begun before President Luis Abinader announced plans to erect a fence along the entire length of the dividing line to curb immigration and smuggling.
The sections built are located at the Jimani and Elias Piña border crossings. The second and third most important between the two countries, and work is still underway, said General Santo Domingo Guerrero Clase, director of Plans and Operations of the General Staff.
The Army discreetly carried out the construction, without major announcements by . . .