Indonesia: maritime drug traffic

Almost 40 percent of cases of drug abuses in ASEAN are in Indonesia.

Indonesia to propose stronger maritime interdiction to cut drug traffic

The National Narcotic Agency (BNN) will propose cooperation to strengthen maritime interdiction to cut drug trafficking networks in the four-day meeting of ASEAN senior officials on drugs (ASOD) opening in Singapore on Monday.

“This is important as most ASEAN countries are bordered on seas,” BNN chief Anang Iskandar told ANTARA news agency here before leaving for Singapore on Sunday night.

Anang said drug trafficking is made mainly through sea routes.

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