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Interventions against drug supply

Project manager: Laurent Laniel

Interventions against drug supply include all the activities carried out by law enforcement agencies, both police and custom forces, at national and international level, to reduce drug supply. An important component of these interventions relates to international co-operation, including activities aiming to reduce illegal crops, trafficking and smuggling and to favour alternative development. More information relating to these three elements can be obtained through the web pages of the specialised international organisations: UNODC, Europol, Interpol and World Custom Organization.

Related documents
Cannabis supply reduction meeting
Cannabis Supply reduction meeting. Lisbon, 29th November 2004
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