Source Pravda.Ru

Nearly two kilos of heroin have been confiscated in Khabarovsk

Nearly two kilogrammes of heroin were confiscated on Thursday in a train on the railway station of Khabarovsk by the officers of the Far Eastern Interior Department.

As the RIA Novosti correspondent was told on Friday in the press service of the Far Eastern Interior Department, in the Moscow-Khabarovsk train the militiamen detained a citizen of Tajikistan from whom they confiscated one kilogram and 950 grams of heroin.

The confiscated amount of this strong drug under the laws of the Russian Federation is qualified as very big.

A criminal case has been launched.

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