Photograph: Pha Lina / Phnom Penh Post Cambodia has asked GMS countries and UNODC to find a solution to the global drug threat. On the crisis of Kovir 19, organized international criminal gangs colluding with local drug criminals Breach of law is more active and more intense.
Meas Vith, secretary-general of the National Authority for Combating Drugs, made this request through a statement at the opening of the online meeting with Coordinating countries sign the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on drug control in the Greater Mekong Subregion. Cambodia, China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam and the United Nations in charge of drugs and crimes (UNODC) on Wednesday (May 27).
According to a report issued by the National Authority for Combating Drugs and Mr. Meas Vith's statement at yesterday's meeting, Actively work with subregional and global countries in their efforts to prevent, prevent, and oversee multilateral strategies Drug monitoring work will continue to be active in the fight against illegal drugs nationwide.
“Due to the Ivorian 19 problem, we have not yet implemented the Sub-Region 11 drug control plan with assistance. UNODC sponsors and requests that our meeting be discussed to find a suitable solution to implement the action plan "This sub-region is responding to the current drug threat."
"While we have had the disease of the disease 19, regional and global cooperation has declined. Organized international criminal gangs have intensified collusion with local drug criminals Than before. This has been a hindrance to implementation of the UNODC sub-regional plan.
According to the same report, in 2019 Cambodia cracked down on nearly 10,000 drug crimes, arrested more than 20,000 suspects. Also seized 750 kg of all kinds of drugs.
Anti-Illegal Campaign on Law May 26, 2020 Cracked Down on Trafficking The transport, cultivation, production, processing, management, location and use of 21 cases detained 39 suspects. As a result, the crackdown from January 1 to May 26, 2020 cracked down on more than 4,000 arrests. Nine thousand men and women, seven nationalities, and 257 kilograms of all kinds of drugs were seized.