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MOSCOW, January 16. /ITAR-TASS/. The Russian Interior Ministry’s Internal Security Directorate has disclosed a group of narcotics squad officers trying to organize heroin supplies to the Siberian Federal District, its sources told Tass on Thursday.
The sources said a group of officers from the Federal Drug Control Service’s Novosibirsk branch, a policeman from the Siberian Main Internal Affairs Directorate, and nationals of a Central Asian republic colluded to organize drug supplies from Central Asia,” they added.
The group was nabbed on January 15, upon receiving the very first batch of almost eight kilograms of heroin.