Construction of the wall dividing Amed continues
Construction of a 10-kilometer wall that would divide Amed along the train tracks is resumed.
The construction of the wall, which was started by the State Railways in Amed due to traffic accidents, but later stopped following reactions, is resumed now. The wall has been revised as 20 cm high in underground and 50 centimeters high on surface, 180-centimeter wire mesh panel and 50-centimeter razor wire fence. The construction was restarted in the morning by the State Railways Malatya 5th Regional Directorate. A double-sided 100-meter panel fence is built on the concrete wall along the railway passing through the borders of the central Kayapınar district.
Panel fences are transported on both sides of the road along the railway, dividing the entire city and mounted on the concrete wall.