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Argentina boosts border radars to “build barrier to prevent drug trafficking”

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Argentine Ministry of Defense, led by Agustín Rossi, is boosting the National System of Aerospace Surveillance and Control (SINVICA), by installing a new Argentine Primary Radar 240 (RPA 240) in the Santa Fe town of Tostado, which complements the country's radar installation plan that extends from the northern to the southern border, according to an official note.

"We are working to set up a double line of radars to enhance the control of all air traffic and, essentially, to build a barrier to prevent drug trafficking," reported Minister Rossi on the initiative to . . .

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