A 60-year-old Ukrainian was carrying across the border five hundred psychotropic pills
At the railway checkpoint "Chop", border guards in cooperation with representatives of customs prevented illegal transportation of illicit medicines across the border.
During the border control of the train "Zahony-Chop", which had come from Hungary to Ukraine, the behavior of one of the passengers seemed suspicious to law enforcement officers, so they decided to inspect the man's luggage. After this inspection, the inspectors understood why the man was nervous before undergoing the border and customs clearance. In his bag, among personal items, the citizen of Ukraine (born in 1953) hid 499 pills of psychotropic drugs FRONTIN, produced in Hungary.
Since those pills are forbidden to be carried freely across the border, the medication was confiscated according to the law.
Source - Press office of the Chop border guard detachment
19 October 2016 10:26