Russian-Kazakh border to be enforced
Victor Ivanov, head of the Federal Drug Control Service, proposed construction of additional inspection offices on the Russian-Kazakh border (7512,8km total), RIA Novosti reports.
Ivanov said that a large portion of Afghan heroin was found in the Moscow Region. It was transported over the Russian-Kazakh border. There were 17 mobile inspection complexes that were removed.
The drugs belonged to a criminal group specialized in trafficking from Tajikistan. The drug couriers were caught at Bugristy. 40kg of heroin were found in the Moscow Region, transported from the Leningrad Region.