The city of Skopje, the Slovenian capital, will soon begin the construction of a concrete wall that will protect its citizens from future attacks by migrants and terrorists.
The wall, which will be the world’s tallest, will stand nearly 300 meters (1,000 feet) high, according to the city council.
A temporary fencing is currently in place along the route that connects the city center to the Slovene border with Croatia.
Slovenia is a nation of more than 4 million people.
The city is in the foothills of the Morava mountains, which border the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The Morava is one of Europe’s most fertile agricultural regions.
The mountainous terrain, its dry climate and the fact that it is part of the Adriatic Sea have helped to make Skopjo the world leader in agriculture.
“We are committed to making Skopjes wall one of the most durable in the world,” said mayor of Skopolje, Andrej Stojanovic.
“The concrete wall will prevent a terrorist attack and protect the citizens of Skopia, who are currently in the crosshairs of Islamic extremists,” he said.
The Wall of Skopsljevo The wall will be completed in 2020, Stojenovic said.
“It will be finished at the end of this year, and it will be installed in the spring,” he added.
The project is expected to cost $1.7 billion.
The Slovenian government said in a statement that it would use the money to purchase land and buy materials.
The country’s National Construction Council estimated that the wall would cost about $400 million.
The construction of the wall, or the city wall as it is called, is a project of the Slovens state-owned company, Dacica.
Construction on the wall is expected begin this summer, according the Slovenes parliament.
The walls will be able to withstand the elements and be able withstand a fire.
The building, a temporary fencing will also protect the city against potential attacks.
“I don’t think we can be certain that the walls will not be breached by a terrorist or a terrorist organization,” Stojanić said.
Skopjs wall will take the place of the U.S. border fence, which was constructed in the summer of 2019.
The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees says there is a possibility of a terrorist act on the border.
The Border Security Initiative was established by the United States and Slovenia in 2016.
The idea is to create a fence that will be high enough to keep migrants out of the country.
The two countries have already begun constructing a similar wall, a 2,300-meter (8,000-foot) wall in the village of Jukovec.
The border fence in Slovenia is set to be finished by 2021.