Interior Minister Jan Kubice has suggested that cooperation between different agencies in resolving the recent methanol crisis could serve as a model in the fight against illegal drugs in border areas. Illicit drugs smuggled into neighbouring Germany are largely produced in western border areas and 40 percent of drugs seized in the Czech Republic are uncovered in border areas with Germany. According to the National Anti-Drug Agency, that amounted to around one-eighth or even one-sixth of the drugs produced. Earlier this week the interior minister visited Warsaw to meet with his Polish counterpart to discuss anti-drug measures.
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