According to the Steering Committee for Land Border Demarcation and Marker Planting of Dak Nong province, the construction of the auxiliary markers will be carried out in two phases with a total 168 markers being erected at 87 places.
In the first phase, 86 auxiliary markers will be built at 45 positions. The Vietnamese side will be responsible for building even-number markers, while the Cambodia will plant odd-number markers.
The first phase is scheduled to be completed by April 30 and the second phase will be accomplished by the end of this year.
Dak Nong has a 130-kilometre border with Cambodia’s Mundulkiri province. To date, 16 major markers at 8 positions out of 24 major markers at 13 positions have been planted along the Dak Nong-Mundulkiri border.