Thwarting the smuggling of 2.1 million Captagon pills through Al-Haditha

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The contraband was hidden in a consignment of “tomato paste.”

The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority at the Haditha port thwarted an attempt to smuggle a quantity of Captagon pills amounting to (2,144,180) pills, which were found hidden inside a consignment received through the port.

The authority revealed that a consignment was received through Al-Haditha port, which was cartons of “tomato paste”, carried on one of the trucks, and when it was subjected to customs procedures and examined through x-ray machines, that quantity of Captagon pills was found hidden in an industrial manner inside the covers of “tomato paste” cans, so that The lids were hollowed out for smuggling and the pills were put inside. The authority added that after the seizure of the contraband, legal measures were taken.

The authority confirmed that all its land, sea and air outlets stand in the way of attempts by smuggling owners and their organized campaigns, including their exploitation of season days and food consignments to try to pass these contrabands, stressing in this regard that all its outlets are making their utmost efforts in an effort to tighten customs control over the Kingdom’s imports using The latest security technologies, in addition to working to achieve cooperation and coordination with the relevant authorities in order to unify and unify efforts; To reduce drug smuggling in all its forms and types.

The authority called on everyone to communicate with it through the Security Reports Center (1910) to report any information related to smuggling crimes and violations of the provisions of the unified customs system.

It is noteworthy that in late June, the authority thwarted an attempt to smuggle a large quantity of Captagon pills amounting to more than 4.5 million pills, which were found hidden in a consignment of “oranges” received through Jeddah Islamic Port.



Thwarting the smuggling of 2.1 million Captagon pills through Al-Haditha

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The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority at the Haditha port thwarted an attempt to smuggle a quantity of Captagon pills amounting to (2,144,180) pills, which were found hidden inside a consignment received through the port.

The authority revealed that a consignment was received through Al-Haditha port, which was cartons of “tomato paste”, carried on one of the trucks, and when it was subjected to customs procedures and examined through x-ray machines, that quantity of Captagon pills was found hidden in an industrial manner inside the covers of “tomato paste” cans, so that The lids were hollowed out for smuggling and the pills were put inside. The authority added that after the seizure of the contraband, legal measures were taken.

The authority confirmed that all its land, sea and air outlets stand in the way of attempts by smuggling owners and their organized campaigns, including their exploitation of season days and food consignments to try to pass these contrabands, stressing in this regard that all its outlets are making their utmost efforts in an effort to tighten customs control over the Kingdom’s imports using The latest security technologies, in addition to working to achieve cooperation and coordination with the relevant authorities in order to unify and unify efforts; To reduce drug smuggling in all its forms and types.

The authority called on everyone to communicate with it through the Security Reports Center (1910) to report any information related to smuggling crimes and violations of the provisions of the unified customs system.

It is noteworthy that in late June, the authority thwarted an attempt to smuggle a large quantity of Captagon pills amounting to more than 4.5 million pills, which were found hidden in a consignment of “oranges” received through Jeddah Islamic Port.

July 23, 2021 – Dhu al-Hijjah 13, 1442

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July 23, 2021 – Dhu al-Hijjah 13, 1442

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The contraband was hidden in a consignment of “tomato paste.”

The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority at the Haditha port thwarted an attempt to smuggle a quantity of Captagon pills amounting to (2,144,180) pills, which were found hidden inside a consignment received through the port.

The authority revealed that a consignment was received through Al-Haditha port, which was cartons of “tomato paste”, carried on one of the trucks, and when it was subjected to customs procedures and examined through x-ray machines, that quantity of Captagon pills was found hidden in an industrial manner inside the covers of “tomato paste” cans, so that The lids were hollowed out for smuggling and the pills were put inside. The authority added that after the seizure of the contraband, legal measures were taken.

The authority confirmed that all its land, sea and air outlets stand in the way of attempts by smuggling owners and their organized campaigns, including their exploitation of season days and food consignments to try to pass these contrabands, stressing in this regard that all its outlets are making their utmost efforts in an effort to tighten customs control over the Kingdom’s imports using The latest security technologies, in addition to working to achieve cooperation and coordination with the relevant authorities in order to unify and unify efforts; To reduce drug smuggling in all its forms and types.

The authority called on everyone to communicate with it through the Security Reports Center (1910) to report any information related to smuggling crimes and violations of the provisions of the unified customs system.

It is noteworthy that in late June, the authority thwarted an attempt to smuggle a large quantity of Captagon pills amounting to more than 4.5 million pills, which were found hidden in a consignment of “oranges” received through Jeddah Islamic Port.





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