Austria denounces Dutch approach drugsproducenten
Austria finds that the Netherlands is too lax with the approach of drugsproducenten. “The cooperation there should be better”, said the Austrian minister Wolfgang Sobotka (Domestic Business) Monday.
A team of researchers from Austria and Germany has in the past year about six thousand packets of drugs seized. The drugs were ordered on the so-called Darknet, a for the laity, difficult to access part of the internet. These include ecstasy and cannabis.
According to Sobotka is a large part of the seized drugs produced in the Netherlands and, in many cases, sent via the German post. He called it “essential” that the Dutch authorities work to create the shade of drugslaboratoria. The minister is planning the issue this week in his Dutch counterpart.
The head of the Austrian federal police, Franz Lang, complained that the Netherlands, the problem is not serious enough. Request to the Dutch authorities would sometimes only, time on the shelf to remain or even not at all be taken into consideration.
According to the Austrian authorities, the Dutch drugslabs often located underground. It was going to be “huge shipping containers” that are located five to six metres below the ground in the south of the country.