The Baltic states, Poland, Finland, and Norway have agreed to create a “drone wall” to protect their borders using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Lithuanian Interior Minister Agnė Bilotaitė announced this after a meeting in Latvia. The initiative aims to prevent smuggling and provocations from unfriendly countries. Lithuania has already begun enhancing its border security with drones and anti-drone systems. The countries will develop a detailed implementation plan, potentially using EU funds. They also plan to conduct joint evacuation drills to assess and improve their preparedness and capacity to accommodate and evacuate populations if necessary.