Source Pravda.Ru

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.

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