Brazil and Bolivia to Strengthen Fight Against Drug Trafficking on Border

Among other measures, the two countries will implement the strengthening of the operational capacity of the Bolivian Police and the Brazilian Federal Highway Police in their activities to inspect the highways.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the Federal Gazette published on Monday, September 16th, Brazil and Bolivia will strengthen joint actions to combat drug trafficking in the border region, according to the agreement signed in 1996.

Among other measures, the two countries will implement the strengthening of . . .

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