Local September 26, 2013 | 8:09 am

Antinarcotics shops for airborne radar to thwart south coast smuggling

Santo Domingo.- National Drugs Control Agency (DNCD) president César Souffront yesterday revealed that the country’s south coast is where drug traffickers currently smuggle most of the drugs into the Dominican Republic.

He said that situation has prompted the DNCD to work to acquire an airborne radar to scan along that coast and strengthen the country’s maritime border.

"The Air Force will give us two aerial platforms, that’s to say two intercept planes, to install this radar there once acquired," Souffront said.

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