Countries With Border Walls 2020

In the United States, President Donald Trump has made worldwide headlines with his push to build a wall along the United States-Mexico border in order to keep out illegal immigrants. While many people have vocalized their opposition to the plan, the United States would not be the first nation to construct a wall along its border.

Around the world, there are several nations that have border walls, fences, or barriers. These usually serve the purpose of controlling the border, keeping out illegal immigrants and preventing smuggling. Other nations use barriers when there are disputed or unclear borders.

As of November 2018, border walls are located in the following nations:

There are also several proposed and planned barriers in Estonia and Russia, Costa Rica, Thailand and Malaysia, Belize, and the United States.

Some nations have their barriers under construction. This includes China and North Korea, India, Iran and Pakistan, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine and Russia, and the United Arab Emirates and Oman.

Country Population 2020
Afghanistan38,928,346
Botswana2,351,627
Brunei437,479
Bulgaria6,948,445
Egypt102,334,404
Hong Kong7,496,981
Hungary9,660,351
India1,380,004,385
Iraq40,222,493
Israel8,655,535
Kazakhstan18,776,707
Kuwait4,270,571
Kyrgyzstan6,524,195
Mozambique31,255,435
North Korea25,778,816
Saudi Arabia34,813,871
South Africa59,308,690
South Korea51,269,185
Spain46,754,778
Turkmenistan6,031,200
Uzbekistan33,469,203
Yemen29,825,964
Zimbabwe14,862,924