The Estonian Police and Border Guard Board (PPA) has started constructing five new surveillance positions along the Estonian-Russian borders. Currently, 70% of the 76-kilometer border river is monitored by radar. Forteen new surveillance positions will be built in the coming years. The first five radars will be installed between Narva-Jõesuu and Narva this summer, with construction expected to finish by autumn. The remaining nine positions and access roads will be completed within three years. The project costs €14 million and will enhance border surveillance, including drone detection. Additional funding of €50 million is needed for full eastern border development.