Abinader ponders the Navy’s anti-drug fight


The president declared that the naval entity’s management in anti-narcotic operations had been a “truly extraordinary task.” Santo Domingo, DR In just two months of management, the Dominican Republic Navy has doubled its interceptions against drug trafficking and other illegal activities by 260 percent. This was affirmed yesterday by President Luis Abinader, who spoke to the journalists before setting sail on his Isabela and Ozama rivers tour. “I want to congratulate the head of the Navy, Vice Admiral Betances, for the excellent work he has been doing. I want you to know that in these two months, since August 16, the Navy has been able to intercept 260 percent more in two months than what was done from January 1 to August 16 in terms of drug trafficking and other […]

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