FDCS were transferred to the Washington data 1103 drug dealers from United States


Employees of Federal service Russian Federation on control of drug trafficking told their counterparts from the U.S. data on more than a thousand drug dealers, said in a statement on its website. The transfer of materials held in the Russian Embassy in Washington.

“On behalf of the Director Federal drug control service of Russia Viktor Ivanov in the Russian Federation Embassy in Washington, the representatives of the Russian Federal drug control service transferred to the staff of Management on fight against drugs (DEA), the U.S. operational materials against operating in the U.S. more than a thousand drug dealers identified by the Federal drug control service when carrying out large-scale anti-drug operation “Mosaic” on the elimination of transnational criminal drug ring”, — is spoken in the message.

The report States that anti-drug operation “Mosaic” was held the Federal drug control service of Russia in the summer of 2015. During the operation was suppressed the activity of transnational criminal organizations, whose participants have established a global sales network through mail synthetic drugs from Southeast Asia around the world — in EU countries, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan.

“This transnational criminal matrix consisted of about 10 thousand dealers from 47 countries, including — 1103 of United States. Orders for synthetics was taken through online shopping, which operated on the territory of the people’s Republic of China, offering a wide range of “goods”, — told in FSKN.