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ARMADA confiscates 40 Yolas TRAVEL USED FOR ILLEGAL TO PUERTO RICO

El comandante general de la Armada Dominicana, Vice Admiral Enrique Peña Miguel Acosta, He revealed that during this month of November have seized 40 boats, a grupos de traficantes de illegal a Puerto Rico.

Peña Acosta reported that through a combined work with the National Directorate for Drug Control (DNCD), that institution has participated in the seizure of ten tons of cocaine at sea, Dominican foreign groups and drug traffickers, who have tried to use the country as a bridge.

El alto jefe militar dijo que aunque Puerto Rico atraviesa por una difícil situación luego del paso del huracán María, muchos dominicanos siguen cayendo en poder de individuos que se dedican al tráfico de illegal, not only risking their lives at sea, but lose the resources they invest.

"We continue to call these people to avoid getting carried away by these individual whose sole purpose of accumulating money from other, porque además de que no van a buscar nada a Puerto Rico, They risk their lives at sea and never again recover the money paid to the mobsters', Peña Acosta said.

El comandante expresó que en las últimas semanas han tenido que enfrentar mucha presión por intentos de salida de travels illegal a Puerto Rico desde Samaná, Miches, Higuey y Sabana de la Mar, which he has forced the redoubling of surveillance in those places.

“Hemos tenido que disponer de una mayor presencia de miembros de la Armada en esos lugares, pese a que hemos logrado el desmantelamiento de muchos grupos que traficaban con personas a Puerto Rico”, Enrique Peña said Miguel Acosta, quien manifestó al mismo tiempo su satisfacción por el apoyo que recibe la Armada del Ministerio Publico.

Peña Acosta was interviewed yesterday at the San Souci Apostadero, by journalists TODAY, en el acto de lanzamiento de la Operación Costar, what are you looking for, With the Ministry of Environment and Faraj Foundation, the clearing of the Ozama and Isabela rivers, respectively.

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