United Nations said Mexican cartel Los Zetas will control cocaine production in Bolivia.
César Guedes, representante de Unodc en Bolivia. - Abi Agencia
The deputy director of the Office of the United Nations Organization on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Francis Maertens, warned in Panama that Central America has experienced many changes “because of its location between the U.S. market and the Andean countries” and stated that “it is clear that some countries are missing control in their territories” at the hands of organized crime.
However, he said, as published by Reuters on June 22nd, in other parts of the region are occurring new phenomena such as the Mexican cartel Los Zetas “is taking steps to control cocaine production in Bolivia.” READ MORE HERE (article in spanish)