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Polish, US probe seizes millions in drug money: justice minister

06.09.2019 16:19
Polish and US investigators have seized PLN 1.4 billion (USD 356 million, EUR 322m) in funds after a crackdown on an international drug ring, Poland’s justice minister said on Friday.
Zbigniew Ziobro (right) announces swoop on drug cartel money
Zbigniew Ziobro (right) announces swoop on drug cartel moneyPAP/Maciej Kulczyński

Zbigniew Ziobro hailed the seizure a "huge success..

He told reporters: "We have secured a sum of PLN 1.4 billion belonging mainly to drug cartels linked to international trade in cocaine and drugs, and linked to money laundering."

He added that the swoop would not have been possible if not for changes in the law introduced in 2017, after Poland’s ruling conservatives came to power.


Source: PAP