As reported in a statement on the page of the Department of Consular Service of the Ukrainian MFA on Facebook, Kiev has sent an inquiry to Moscow in connection with the detention of Ukrainians in the case of international drug syndicate. Read
As reported in a statement on the page of the Department of Consular Service of the Ukrainian MFA on Facebook, Kiev has sent an inquiry to Moscow in connection with the detention of Ukrainians in the case of international drug syndicate.
The court convicted traffic officer Aleksey Levkovsky. His high-profile arrest cast a slur on the North-West Directorate of the Interior Affairs in Transport; never before have a police officer been caught with 36 (sic!) kg of drugs in the St Petersburg. Mr Levkovsky has appealed to the St Petersburg City Court and insists the sentence is quashed.
Tons of heroin are secretly being transferred across the southern border of Russia, bringing the business owners tens of millions of dollars. The list of heroes, villains, and plot twists in this story makes for a decent HBO show.
The notorious vegetable warehouse №4 in Yekaterinburg once again has the attention of the media and the society. It became known yesterday that the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) officers in the Sverdlovsk Region carried out a special operation and found there large quantities of drugs. After going over 20 tons of onions, security officers found 230 dummy-bulbs, which contained 25 kg of heroin.
Illegal turnover of controlled narcotics in the EU is estimated at €24 billion. One in four residents of the Old World aged 15-64 tried drugs at least once. This is over 88 million people – some 54 million males and 34 million females.
|It is Putin’s purges of staff|
|The detention was lawful - he is a corrupt official|
|This is demonstration of the fight with corruption|
|It is struggle between power structures; he was got in wrong|