UN Office on Drugs and Crime and Japanese Embassy have handed over two hundred narcotics identification kits to Anti Narcotics Force in Rawalpindi.
Anti-Narcotic Force has received 200 narcotics identification kits to increase its capacity for controlling drug trafficking.
The kits will help strengthen border security against illicit drug trafficking and related transnational organized crime.
Speaking on the occasion, ANF Chief of Staff Brigadier Sheikh Ali Muhammad thanked the government and people of Japan and UNODC for their continuous support to Pakistan for building it operational capacity in countering numerous existing and emerging challenges posed by drug trafficking in the country and the region.
UNODC Country Representative Cesar Guedes said they are committed to strengthening operational capacities of ANF for addressing the drug trafficking and global organized crime.