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Police authorities of Uruguay and Serbia agreed to fight serbian drug mafia operating in South America.

Minister of Interior of Serbia Mr. Ivica Dacic signed agreement with uruguayan government to fight serbian criminal gangs operating in South America

“The main drug kingpin of the criminal serbian group Saric has not been yet arrested, that may mean that  he has been here,” said yesterday the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, Ivica Dacic, after meeting with Uruguayan Interior Minister Eduardo Bonomi.

The two Secretaries of State agreed to sign a memorandum of cooperation between the Serbia and Uruguay to combat organized crime and drug trafficking. Serbian interest focuses on Uruguay due to the capture in Uruguay of more than two tons of cocaine, a drug belonging to the group of the serbian Darko Saric, a dangerous offender of that nationality that was not yet captured.

Minister Dacic said that members of serbian gangs are operating in the southamerican region. He recalled that as evidenced by the Operation Warriors ocurred simultaneously in the Balkans, in Uruguay and Argentina, as well as the seizure of another 500 kilos of cocaine in Brazil, this  ” shows that our serbian criminals have adapted very well to the conditions of operation here in Latin America,” said Dacic.

In the next few days the ministers of Interior of Uruguay and Serbia will sign the agreement by which information will be exchanged at police level. The agreement will allow  to monitor Serb citizens  eventually to enter the country for the purpose of engaging in criminal activity.