Paraguay-Brazil operation destroyed 250 hectares of marijuana and seized 6.2 tons

72 areas for marijuana production were destroyed and 42 camps were closed in Paraguay's Amambay District.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the Paraguayan National Antidrug Secretariat (SENAD), 72 areas for marijuana production were destroyed and 42 camps were closed in Paraguay's Amambay District.

A joint mega-operation between Brazil and Paraguay against drug trafficking in the border region with Mato Grosso do Sul involved 170 police officers and 4 helicopters last Tuesday, February 23rd. According to the Paraguayan National Antidrug Secretariat (SENAD), the 'Nova Aliança' operation will run until March 8th, with a 15-day duration.

According to SENAD, the agency's special agents along with the Brazilian Federal Police are in the . . .

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