Ha Tinh Customs collaborates to arrest a person who transported 598 synthetic narcotics tablets
VCN – In 2016, the Quang Ninh Customs Department chaired and collaborated to detect and arrest 18 drug cases and seize 13.12 kgs of synthetic drugs.
VCN- The Anti-drug Enforcement Team (Dien Bien Customs Department) arrested a person who transported 24,000 tablets of synthetic drugs from Laos to Vietnam.
VCN- The Customs Enforcement Team No.1 (Quang Ninh Customs Department) has collaborated to arrest a person who transported paper boxes which had many white tablets suspected to be drugs.
VCN-According to the report of the Steering Board 389 of the Lang Son province, during the first 10 months of 2016, the competent forces of Lang Son inspected and handled ...
VCN- Hanoi Department of Customs did not provide any information to confirm that this was or was not transporation of drugs as some newspapers published.
VCN- According to statistics of the General Department of Customs, to the end of June 15, Customs collaborated with functional forces to investigate 65 cases with 62 persons involved ...
The Bureau, Narcotics and Crime has caught an subject transported illegally eight bars of heroin.
VCN- HCM City Customs Department has arrested the largest number of illegal transportation of narcotics with new and sophisticated tricks in June this year.
The Anti-drug Enforcement Team collaborated with the Customs Branch of Expressage to check and seize 1.865 kg of “Khat” leaves illegally imported via Post.
This new project is expected to result in a new more effective procurement method for not only the health insurance fund, but also to bring more benefits to people.
VCN- In the afternoon of July 6 , Hanoi Customs Department officially informed that the investigation was successfully completed.
During checking of his luggage, the functional force found cocaine inside plastic bags, mixed in the luggage, food and personal items.
The cocaine was imported from Costa Rica and arrived in Rotterdam
Two years of anti-drug smuggling operations by Chinese customs resulted to the confiscation of about 15.6 tons, or about 14,000 kilograms.