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Colombia: Cocaine seized in banana shipment bound for Antwerp

Christian Fernsby |
Anti-drug officials in Santa Maria, Colombia, have seized 1,100 kilograms of cocaine bound for Antwerp. According to UN Container Control Program coordinator Bob Van den Berghe, the drugs were packed in cases of bananas.

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Topics: COLOMBIA   

In 2020, port control units with the support of the UN program have already seized some 54 tonnes of cocaine in the countries and ports of origin.

Among the 32.5 tonnes destined for Europe, 10 tonnes of cocaine were destined for Belgium.

Costa Rican authorities have confiscated 29 tons of cocaine and 7 tons of marijuana in total.


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