By Sami Zaptia.
London, 9 September 2021:
Libya’s Anti-Narcotics General Authority (ANGA) revealed today that it had intercepted and seized a Tramadol hallucinogenic tablet-making plant at Tripoli port. It had the capacity of making 10,000 tables per day.
The Customs Authority said the machinery was disguised as a sweet-making plant and had arrived from Lebanon via Italy in a shared container.
The seizure was made, the ANGA said, after it had received valuable intelligence from a friendly country. A Syrian national has been arrested, it added.