VCN- On September 11, 2018 , the leader of La Lay Border Gate Customs Branch (Quang Tri Customs Department) said that the Department collaborated with other units to inspect 4 vehicles transporting imported scrap paper containing thousands of smuggled wooden sticks (suspected as Agar wood and Rose-Wood).
|The Customs force has led and coordinated in inspecting vehicles.|
According to La Lay Border Gate Customs Branch, previously, on 9th September 2018, during carrying out Customs procedures for the consignment of imported scrap, the Branch Customs officers realized suspicious signs and coordinated with La Lay Border Guard Station to use professional methods to determine violation.
Through the inspection, the forces detected that thousands of wooden sticks were hidden in the scrap paper consignment.
On 9th and 10th September 2018, the Customs inspected a vehicle and discovered 4,075 wooden sticks (suspected as Agar wood and Rose-Wood).
Also, on 11th September 2018, the Customs force continued to inspect the remaining vehicles.
Some photos of Customs force coordinating and inspecting the vehicles.
The Customs Newspaper continues to update information on the case.
By Quang Hung/Ngoc Loan