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Ukraine’s Security Service shuts down drugs supply route from Europe
13:18, 6 September 2017
Ukraine’s Security Service shuts down drugs supply route from Europe

Over 6,500 drug pills were confiscated from two locals of Ivano-Frankivsk region, western Ukraine

13:18, 6 September 2017

Drugs in Ivano-Frankivsk region
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Workers of the SBU, Ukraine’s Security Service discovered a large batch of smuggled drugs in Ivano-Frankivsk region, western Ukraine. According to the SBU’s press centre, four local residents ordered drug pills in Europe, tracked their movement over the state border and sold them upon the arrival.

SBU agents arrested two of the four ‘businessmen’, confiscating more than 6,500 drug-containing pills. According to experts, the overall price of the seized drugs made approximately USD 46,000.

Besides, the law enforcers searched apartments of the smugglers in Ivano-Frankivsk; they found 23,000 Euros, over 2 kilograms of marijuana and 300 grams of amphetamines.     

Related: Ukrainian border guards seized 200 kg of drugs since beginning of 2017

Related: Security Service detain drug smugglers in Mykolaiv

Related: Russia claims to arrest Ukrainian who transported drugs on Crimean border

Related: UNICEF: Ukrainian youngsters consume less alcohol and drugs

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