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I wrote a senior correspondent Dan Williams in Jerusalem where Israeli security center designed for borders during interest among some European countries most affected by the migrant crisis deep discussions we've been told up preliminary highly sensitive therefore both of them very reluctant to go on the record and say definitively that folks from the way it's our understanding that Hungary and Bulgaria are among the countries that have expressed an initial interest , it's worth keeping in mind that to judge by the standard of Israel spent on the Egyptian border which is apparently showcase content will be most relevant European need Brooklyn would cost a foreign consumer about two million dollars per kilometer it part six meters school has raised the wiring braided with motion principally going to notify the authorities amendment isn't tempted intrusion Israel credit and we pretty much stopping the flow of African migrants Israel put different record speed of about two kilometers week the big question is whether this would be feasible for the European clients given any that some of them have budgetary problems and be such a long term solution that they may look for something more immediate much depends on whether will get permission and supplementary funding from the European Union year was based largely in the spirit on the idea of a continent free of borders their opening from Brussels into the day individual member countries retain the sovereignty and we see this in the next three need they can go ahead and do it