Over 3,000 kg of drugs seized by Saudi navy in Gulf of Oman

The narcotics consisted of hashish and also heroin

A mixed job pressure from Saudi Arabia performed a procedure in the Gulf of Oman where 3,330 kg of medications were confiscated, according to Saudi Press Company.

The job pressure, led by the Royal Saudi Navy, obstructed a watercraft in the Gulf of Oman. It browsed the watercraft and also taken 3,330 kg of hashish and also heroin.

The Royal Saudi Navy Forces Command took control of these jobs for the very first time from the British Royal Navy on July 30, 2018 and also for the 2nd time from its French equivalent in August 2020, according to health spa.

Just recently, authorities jailed 8 deportees in a medication breast which resulted in 47 million tablets being confiscated. The tablets were discovered concealed in a flour delivery.

An agent for General Directorate of Narcotics Control (GDNC) stated that it was the greatest procedure of its kind to smuggle this quantity of narcotics right into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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