Current Affairs
Customs confiscates more than €1 million in cash

At the end of ten months, Customs official has confiscated €1,052,436. This was after they worked on 48 cases of money laundering.

In a statement, Customs explained that in November it had set up an anti-money laundering unit.

The team is made up of nine officers who are specialised in the field of investigating undeclared movements of cash.

It added that this result was also achieved through the good relations the. team has with local and international authorities.

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