Customs prevent smuggling of 4.4 tons of meat risky for citizens’ health


A mobile team of the Department of Control and Investigations prevented the smuggling of 4.4 tons of game meat risky for citizens’ health, which a truck driver owned by a Greek company wanted to bring into the country, the Customs Administration announced today.

“The game meat, worth 4 million denars, was neither declared in the customs declaration, nor did the carrier have an appropriate certificate for it, and a permit from the appropriate competent institution, the Food and Veterinary Agency. In the customs declaration, the goods are declared as ‘plastic pallets and movable metal racks’ with a value of 3,750 euros or only 5.6 percent of the total value of the goods,” explained the Customs Administration.

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