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A drug trafficking operation, as part of which narcotics were introduced into the country for the first time inside electrical appliances (such as induction cookers), using non-commercial cargo, was dismantled by the joint forces of the Ministry of the Interior (Minint). .
Lieutenant Colonel Rigoberto Cordovés told Cuban TV that the Border Guard Troops had detected the entry to the Island of 114.33 kilograms of marijuana on the coastal edge of the municipality of Bahía Honda, in Artemisa.
It was part of a double drug and people trafficking operation, carried out by Cubans residing abroad.
The route used was people who acted as mules or drug couriers.
In conjunction with the General Customs of the Republic, the introduction of cocaine into batteries of electric motorcycles was verified.
Cuban policy is zero tolerance for drugs, which is why 26 people have already been charged in the investigative process, in which more than 300 kilograms of drugs including marijuana, cocaine and amphetamine were secured, and almost nine million pesos. .
Means of transportation such as speedboats, cars, electric motorcycles, and a firearm were also confiscated..
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