Man detained in occupied Crimea for transporting medicines from mainland Ukraine

In Simferopol, occupied by the Russian Federation, the police detained a man who smuggled medicines across the “administrative border” from mainland Ukraine, – Krym.Realii reports.

It is reported that the local police detained a 39-year-old man as a result of operative actions, in whose car 262 packages of unregistered drugs were found and seized.

“The approximate cost of the seized drugs is about $7 thousand”, – the message said.

The news outlet reported that the so-called “head” of occupation administration of the Crimea Sergey Aksyonov said on August 18, during a meeting of the operational headquarters for the fight against coronavirus, that there was a shortage of 339 drugs in the Crimea.

Earlier, Russian authorities urged the Crimeans not to buy drugs from the mainland of Ukraine in conditions of a shortage of drugs.

(c)OSTROV 2021

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