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MOSCOW, September 11 (Itar-Tass) - Moscow’s police have disrupted a channel for trafficking drugs from Afghanistan into the Moscow region and seized 32 kilogrammes of heroin, acting head of the Federal Drugs Control Service’s Moscow department, Ivan Elisavetchenko, told reporters on Wednesday.
“This operation took several months,” he said. “At first, police exposed drug dealers and arrested them. Then we found a drug trafficker, citizen of Tajikistan Huseinov.”
Police found out that a large batch of highly concentrated heroin was stored in the village of Cherepkovo, the Moscow region’s Noginsk.
At present, drug trafficking organizers are being search for.