Kuwait fight the smuggling of 23,000 bottles of wine

The General Drug Control Administration of Kuwait and the General Customs Administration were able to seize a container in the port of Shuwaikh that came from one of the countries and was carrying a lot of different alcoholic drinks that were going to be brought into the country illegally.

This is part of the Kuwaiti Interior Ministry’s follow-up top management plan to fight people who sneak goods and people who help them do it.

Kuwait is Undersecretary of the Ministry of Internal, Lieutenant General Anwar Al-Barjas, and the Director General of the General Administration of Customs, Suleiman Al-Fahd, were present during the investigation into the attempted smuggling of about 23,000 bottles of different spirits. Sheikh Talal Al-Khaled, who is also the Defense Minister and Interim Interior Minister, was in charge of the investigation. Fahad Al-Shariaan was the Minister of Trade and Industry and Al-Shariaan was the Minister of Social Affairs and Community Development. It is thought to be worth about 1.5 million Kuwaiti dinars on the market.

The Minister of the Interior thanked and praised the men of the General Department of Narcotic Control for their true dedication to led successive attacks against drug smugglers with all their strength and determination.

The Minister also thanked and praised the General Administration of Customs for always working with and closely watching over the men of the Ministry of the Interior to stop people from trying to sneak goods into the country through air, land, or sea ports.

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