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April 07, 1986

The Soviet Union is facing a drug problem and might join Interpol to help combat narcotics traffickers, the international police agency's secretary general, Raymond Kendall, said. East European countries have become now drug-smuggling routes, said Kendall, a former Scotland Yard police chief, adding that any transit country automatically develops "local consumption."

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