Kuwait: fight the smuggling of 23,000 bottles of wine

Kuwait’s General Drug Control Administration, in collaboration with the general customs administration, managed to seize a container in the port of Shuwaikh, originating from one of the countries, and containing a large quantity of various alcoholic beverages before being smuggled into the country.

This is part of the follow-up top management of the Kuwaiti Interior Ministry to combat smuggling smugglers and their promoters.

Kuwaiti Deputy Prime Minister, Defense Minister and Interim Interior Minister Sheikh Talal Al-Khaled, Minister of Trade and Industry and Minister of Social Affairs and Community Development Fahad Al-Shariaan, in the presence of the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Internal Lieutenant General Anwar Al-Barjas and the Director General of the General Administration of Customs Suleiman Al-Fahd, oversaw the investigation into an attempted smuggling of about 23,000 bottles of various spirits. market value is estimated at around one and a half million Kuwaiti dinars.

The Minister of the Interior expressed his thanks and appreciation to the men of the General Department of Narcotic Control for their sincere commitment to directing successive strikes against smugglers with all strength and determination.

The Minister also thanked and appreciated the General Administration of Customs for the continuous collaboration and intense follow-up with the men of the Ministry of the Interior in the control of smuggling attempts by bringing them into the country through air, land or sea ports.