Narcotic substances have been confiscated from the Greenpeace ship “Arctic Sunrise”, claims Russia

Central Asia and Eastern EuropeNarcotic substances have been confiscated from the Greenpeace ship "Arctic Sunrise", claims...

Moscow:  Narcotic substances have been confiscated from the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise, claims Russia.

Vladimir Markin who is investigative officer looking after Greenpeace ship case claims as:

“The detectives and criminal experts jointly with specialists in concrete spheres are examining the documents, objects and equipment, which were confiscated during the search on board the ship Arctic Sunrise. They have already found that some part of confiscated equipment is of dual purpose and could have been used not only in ecological purposes. Narcotic substances (probably poppy straw and morphine) were confiscated during the search on the ship.” 

   

 

 

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