Source Pravda.Ru

Captain of Danish ship brings to Russia drug containing medicines

Members of the anti-drug smuggling department of the Kaliningrad customs (Kaliningrad is a Russian enclave on the Baltic Sea) have confiscated from the captain of the Danish ship Beete-Lyn drug-containing medicines that were smuggled into Russia, reported the press-service of the North-Western customs department on Thursday.

The potent preparations discovered in the captain's medicine chest during the customs examination have been confiscated. A protocol was written out on the violation of customs rules by the captain, a Danish citizen. Investigation is being conducted.

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