Makhachkala, October 20, 2014. The efficiency of the law enforcement bodies for drug abuse control was discussed at the regular meeting of the Security Council headed by Daghestani Leader Ramazan Abdulatipov.
Opening the meeting, R. Abdulatipov noted the need to understand and analyze the overall crime situation and emergencies that have occurred in the country since the beginning of the year. Experts say, all the crimes occurring in the republic are interconnected with each other. Daghestani Head pointed out certain stabilization of the situation, owing to the hard work of Daghestani internal affairs officers.
Ramazan Abdulatipov pointed out that the main work against drug trafficking was carried out by the Interior Ministry.
"Today we are discussing the complex state of the republic as a whole. It is easy enough to guess that the illicit drug production and trafficking are thriving especially among the youth. The Federal Drug Control Service operates in the republic, but the growth of drug-related crimes is not abating. Why? Because each state body is doing its own work separately, purely on its line. There is no clear, coordinated work. All the decisions that we take must aim at strengthening the coordination of specific actions against crime. Our success being noted for the period of the Olympic Games may be annihilated"- R.Abdullatipov said.
The meeting participants noted inadequacy of work of municipal authorities with youth and volunteer organizations. In this connection, Daghestani Head suggested creating a youth movement against drugs in the republic to the Ministry of Youth Zaur Kurbanov.
"The drug addiction of the population is one of the most acute problems of modern society. So today, we are speaking about the concerted actions of the law enforcement structures, republican authorities, civil society institutions, youth movements"- Daghestani Leader summarized.
Ramazan Abdulatipov " Drug addiction is one of the most acute problems of modern society"20 October 2014 17:26 Posted in: POLITICS Source : RIA "Dagestan" Author: Djuma Mugutdinova