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Minister of the Senad highlights coordinated work for success in operations against organized crime

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Minister of the Senad highlights coordinated work for success in operations against organized crime

The minister of the National Anti-Drug Secretariat (Senad), Jalil Rachid, highlighted the coordination between various institutions and the political will of the National Government, which allowed the success of recent operations against criminal structures dedicated to drug and weapons trafficking.

It was during the award ceremony for Senad officials who participated in the Dakovo and Ignis operations, which allowed the dismantling of criminal structures that operated in the country trafficking weapons and drugs to twenty countries.

“This is a minimal part of the work that we are doing with all your backing and support, this is called presidential management and more than anything political will,” the minister said to the President of the Republic, Santiago Peña, who led the event.

The minister highlighted that the success of these operations “is the reflection of highly professional and highly coordinated work between various institutions.”

He pointed out that the Senad personnel who participated in these operations realized the inter-institutional coordination that was achieved to carry out the work.

“This is the way, because the problem is not just in Paraguay, the problem is common, regional,” said Rachid, underlining that, under the precise instructions of President Peña, “a team was put together to push the envelope together.”

“Alone it is impossible for us to be able to confront this type of criminal organizations, fight against drug trafficking and related crimes,” said the minister.

In that sense, he also thanked the tax agents who supported the work and allowed the prosecution of the operations.

He also mentioned international cooperation, mainly from Brazil, “which has been fundamental and decisive for this.”

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“Such was the magnitude of this work, with regard to Dakovo, that we had to go to Brazil to give an international press statement, due to the high impact on both countries,” added the minister.

Finally, he indicated that, like these operations, there are many other works that continue from the Senad in coordination with other institutions.

“In four months of management and these results are undoubtedly important, but we must continue working,” he concluded.

Source: IP Agency news portal.

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