More than two tonnes of cannabis seized in southwestern Morocco

Morocco’s security service has announced it has dismantled an international drug trafficking network by seizing more than two tonnes of cannabis in Guelmim in southwestern Morocco.

A joint security operation involving the judicial police and the General Directorate of National Territorial Surveillance resulted in stopping the attempt to smuggle two tonnes of cannabis and 120 kilograms of cannabis resin, locally known as shira, notes a tweet from the General Directorate of National Security (DGSN). Specifically, the police seized 55 packs of cannabis, as well as the weed resin.

#مكافحة_تهريب_المخدرات
كلميم.. عملية أمنية مشتركة بين الشرطة القضائية ومصالح المديرية العامة لمراقبة التراب الوطني، تسفر عن إجهاض محاولة للتهريب الدولي لطنين و120 كيلوغرام من مخدر الشيرا، وحجز قارب مطاطي ومعدات تستعمل في الملاحة البحرية. pic.twitter.com/iCUrjv5Ob3

— DGSN MAROC (@DGSN_MAROC) December 6, 2022

Morocco is hardly a stranger to large drug busts. In 2019, authorities seized seven tonnes

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