Drug-trafficking Across Afghan-Tajik Border Increases Since The Beginning Of The U.S. Anti-terrorist Operation

The scale of drug-trafficking from Afghanistan into Tajikistan has markedly increased since the beginning of the U.S. anti-terrorist operation, a spokesman for Russia's Federal Frontier Guard Service has told RIA Novosti. According to the service, since October 10, Russian frontier guards, who guard the Tajik-Afghan border, have seized over 46 kilograms of heroin and over 370 kilograms of raw opium. Seized drugs are burned up.

Subscribe to Pravda.Ru Telegram channel, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, RSS!

Author`s name Editorial Team