Partners of the DYPSH in Syria have discovered a drug in a Pirus-branded car.
Araz Saskatchewan, chief inspector of baku City BPI DYPI, told the EPA that DYP colleagues stopped the driver of a 99-UD-357 state-registered car for violating traffic laws in 1974. It has been determined that the driver is driving under the influence of drugs.
In 1974, humble Mohamedov Vüsal Sabir's son, Mohamed Bouazizi, was diagnosed with amyoric sperm.
He was detained with the suspects and transferred to the RPI in Syria. Investigators have also identified the person who will transfer the drugs.
Investigations are ongoing.