Vladivostok: South Korean drug dealer detained at the request of Interpol
He is accused of purchase and sell of methamphetamine in South Korea.
Employees of the Interpol office in Primorye detained a 53-year-old citizen of the Republic of Korea in Vladivostok. He is accused of purchase and sell of methamphetamine in South Korea.
As the press service of the local Ministry of Internal Affairs reports, in order to avoid punishment, the citizen was hiding from prosecution for similar crimes. Law enforcement agencies of the Republic of Korea have declared him on the international wanted list. Police in Primorye established his whereabouts and detained on a street in Vladivostok. A fingerprint examination helped to establish the identity of the Korean.
By a court decision, the foreigner was forcibly expelled from the Russian Federation.
The Russian authorities are introducing more and more measures aimed at the “sovereignty of the Internet” and, in general, IT technologies. By and large, this is somewhat contrary to the very nature of its development, but given that at the very top, we have people who are new to the Internet and modern technologies, this is of little concern to anyone. Ideally, Russia should shut itself up in terms of information realm – without giving out anything, and most importantly, without receiving from the outside. Against this background, the domestic IT sector is happy to “reinvent the wheel,” receiving state references and budget money.