[size=52]Basra police: 80% of drugs enter through Iranian ports[/size]
[size=45]Basra police chief revealed on Saturday that 80% of narcotic substances enter Iraq through Iranian ports, while the Human Rights Commission in Iraq warned of the worsening of the phenomenon of drugs in society.
[size=45]Basra police chief Rashid Fuleih said in a press statement that "80% of the drugs that spread in the Iraqi markets enter from Iran through Iranian smugglers with links to Iraqi traders."[/size]
[size=45]For his part, said member of the Commission Fadhil al-Azzawi, in a press statement that "the past three years has witnessed a remarkable expansion in the phenomenon of drug abuse and trafficking," noting that "most types of drugs recently entered the Iraqi market after the rolling of which only two types are opium and hashish."[/size]
[size=45]Al-Azzawi explained that "the Iraqi prisons include more than 7 thousand convicted and arrested in cases of drug abuse and trade, including 125 women," pointing to the "lack of separation between drug dealers and users, which poses a risk of creating drug dealers in the future."[/size]
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