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Bishkek (AKIpress) - About 30% of drugs go from Afghanistan to the markets of Russia and Western Europe via so-called northern route in Central Asia, deputy chairman of drug control department of the State Service of Drug Control of Kyrgyzstan Nurlan Beishekeyev said on May 13 during the round table discussion on impact of Afghan drug trafficking on security of Central Asian states...
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