Two Greek-Albanian drug trafficking gangs are hit in Greece

Two Greek-Albanian drug trafficking gangs are hit in Greece
 Greek Police vehicle
 Greek police said they hit two Greek-Albanian networks transporting large amounts of marijuana from the Albanian border to the Greek territory.

According to Greek police, the first case was recorded in the Atika area, where seven people were arrested, including four Albanians, who are accused of being members of an organization that imported large quantities of marijuana from Albania.

Two Greek-Albanian drug trafficking gangs are hit in Greece
The amount of marijuana seized by Greek Police
Police said have documented the activity of each member relating to the traffic and drug distribution and seized tens of kilograms of marijuana, monetary value, and some vehicles.

The car filled up with marijuana caught by Greek Police  
The second case was discovered near the Albanian border in the Filat area. Police said two citizens, one Albanian and one Greek, were blocked from transporting on the vehicle over 100 kilograms of marijuana inland to the Greek territory.

Police said the vehicle belonged to a private travel company, while the marijuana would be transported to Athens.

Greece continues to be the second destination of marijuana cultivated in Albania after Italy. Large quantities of marijuana are transported from the Albanian-Greek land border and are then distributed mainly to the tourist islands and the Greek capital, Athens.

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