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14 tons of opiates seized at Bulgarian borders in 2010

26. May 2011. | 06:06

Source: BNR

14 tons of opiates were seized at the Bulgarian borders during 2010, the Customs Agency has reported.

14 tons of opiates were seized at the Bulgarian borders during 2010, the Customs Agency has reported.

A report was also presented in the southern Bulgarian town of Sandanski by the regional center part of Southeast European Cooperative Initiative Center for Combating Trans-Border Crime with headquarters in Bucharest.

The Center facilitates exchanging information between customs and police officials. In 2010 it has helped in the coordination of 14 investigations and has financially supported more than 20 tactical meetings in the sphere.


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