Dillon acknowledges human, drug, arms trafficking

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NATIONAL Security Minister Edmund Dillon yesterday acknowledged that based on the worsening economic, social and political situation in neighbouring Venezuela, “we have seen an increase in the amount of people coming here.” He added that illegal movement/human trafficking is now added to the basket of criminal activities including the illegal drug and arms trade.

NATIONAL Security Minister Edmund Dillon yesterday acknowledged that based on the worsening economic, social and political situation in neighbouring Venezuela, “we have seen an increase in the amount of people coming here.” He added that illegal movement/human trafficking is now added to the basket of criminal activities including the illegal drug and arms trade.

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