United Russia representatives laugh at news about cocaine with party logo
A party representative has commented on the case of Brazilian cocaine with the UR logo.
Deputy Secretary of the General Council of the Party, Evgeny Revenko, has commented on the Brazilian cocaine with United Russia’s logo via his account on Facebook. The MP said that such a label indicates that the party is becoming popular among the Latin American drug dealers.
“Now there’s fame! Latin American drug lords have learned about the existence of the party and even decided to use part of our logo to mask the cocaine package from Brazil to Belgium,” Revenko wrote. The parliamentarian also suggested that the drug lords could have liked the image of a bear and the Russian tricolor. “In any case, it’s a good day,” Revenko concluded.
To recall, Belgian police found almost two thousand packs of cocaine weighing about 2 tons. Each package was decorated with the recognizable logo of United Russia. This was reported by the Brazilian publication Tjournal. The Belgian press did not pay attention to this fact.
Aqua business on Baikal. Chinese people to drink the unique lake to the lees? What does this have to do with Deripaska?
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