RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Interpol dealt a "major blow" to arms trafficking in Latin America in an operation that led to the seizure of more than 200,000 firearms, explosives, and other components in 13 countries in the region, 4,000 arrests, and the dismantling of drug manufacturing laboratories.
Dubbed "Trigger VI", the international police organization's operation also opened new lines of investigation into other crimes that will be developed in the coming months, said Ricardo Villegas Pávez, one of the coordinators of the operation, to the EFE news agency.
"It is one of the most important operations . . .