Polish Customs Seize Counterfeit Cigarettes
May 26 2011 - 14:11
In April 2011, the Polish customs officials seized 10,000 cigarettes suspected of being counterfeit.
After inspecting a freight train in Dorohusk, a village in eastern Poland, the customs officials discovered the cigarettes buried under tons of coal. The officials believe that the shipment was intended for the Ukrainian market. The train has been impounded and investigation is underway.
For more information, please contact Masa Lopicic at our Balkan Regional Office.
Source: Austrian Times online news
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