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Border

A set line denoting the extremities of a country, government, legal jurisdiction or property. Borders for governments or jurisdictions are agreed between parties or set by a higher authority. Borders between properties are set by a government or the original owner. An owner of property sometimes may subdivide and sell pieces, thereby creating new borders within his old property.
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We plan to use the i2 solution to handle the varying needs of our multiple divisions, cross border movements and fully optimize our transportation network.
The systems would be distributed for border surveillance and defence against illegal border movements, trafficking and terrorist activities.
Balochistan alone shares about 1200 km long border with Afghanistan with 300 frequent and nonfrequent routes making difficult for the Frontier Corps, Customs, Anti Narcotics Force (ANF) and other law enforcement agencies to curb illegal cross border movements and smuggling bids of goods and narcotics.
In the build-up to the June 14 vote, cross-border border movements for people without valid travel documents would be dangerous, the ministry said in a statement.
Pakistani border authorities have also beefed up security and vigilance along the border at Chaman Qila Abdullah district to ensure complete check on the cross border movements.
Assistant Director Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Naseebullah Kakar and Director NADRA Ahtisham briefed the visiting delegate about the Biometric system while Frontier Corps officials informed them security measures taken by the border forces to combat illegal cross border movements.
The Immigration Counters are being established at the all borders of the country to keep check on the illegal cross border movements He also called for firm coordination between the National Database and Registration Authority and the security forces to track the anti-peace elements down.
In particular, they pledged to cooperate with interested states and other relevant stakeholders obtain a better understanding of such cross border movements at relevant regional and sub-regional levels, identify best practices, and develop a consensus on how best to assist and protect the affected people.
A strong and sustainable biosecurity system protects our natural assets, enables faster border movements, facilitates international trade and underpins our reputation as a reliable exporter of high-quality food and fibre, Mr Chapman said.