The Estonian Police and Border Guard Board together with the Department of Waterways will begin marking the state border with Russia at the Chudskoe, Teploe and Pskov lakes in May, as reported by ERR.ee.
Border signs in the water will be installed along a 126-kilometer border stretch. It was noted that the work will cost 74 million euros.
The state border will be marked with milestones along the water, which will be installed at an interval of more than one and a half kilometers.
On each of the 171 milestones there will be a warning with the inscription in Estonian, Russian, and English saying, "Stop! The state border of Estonia!"
In January 2015, it was reported that Estonia will unilaterally determine the coordinates of the border with Russia.