What are drugs? When and how did they massively appear in the life of mankind? - Pt.3

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    • In Austria, called the main channels for the supply of drugs to the country

      Drug trafficking in Austria mainly comes from the Balkans, the criminals involved in this are very well organized and modern, said Daniel Lichtenegger, head of the Austrian police narcotics department, N1 reports on August 7.He noted that before the main flow of drugs was controlled by people from Africa, but now the first place is occupied by people from the Balkans.“Now the Serbs are in first place. They are very tightly organized. I must say that this is a company with a very good position,” said Lichtenegger.He added that this is becoming a serious problem.

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