US Coast Guard seizes $33 million of hashish and meth in Gulf of Oman

The U.S. Coast Guard seized $33 million price of medication from a fishing vessel that was smuggling narcotics within the Gulf of Oman on Tuesday, in accordance with U.S. Naval Forces Central Command. Greater than 8,800 kilos of cannabis and about 1,128 kilos of methamphetamine have been discovered by Coast Guard cutter Emlen Tunnell. The ship was patrolling waters within the Gulf of Oman as a part of Mixed Activity Power (CTF) 150, a consortium of allies that work to disrupt legal and terrorist actions within the space. 
About $33 million price of cannabis and methamphetamine seized from a fishing vessel smuggling the medication within the Gulf of Oman on Tuesday. 
(U.S. Coast Guard)”That is only the start of our work in delivering maritime safety operations within the area to cease illicit actions and drug smuggling,” UK Royal Navy Capt. James Byron, the CTF 150 commander, stated in a press release. “This comes on account of a valued partnership between CTF 150 and all associate nations in Mixed Maritime Forces.”RUSSIA’S LAVROV CLAIMS ‘IRREVERSIBLE’ ARMS RACE WITH IRAN IF NUCLEAR DEAL NOT REACHEDAbout $1 billion price of medication, together with cannabis, heroin, opium, and amphetamines, have been seized since 2021 by CTF 150. 
U.S. Coast Guard cutter Glen Harris personnel interdict a fishing vessel smuggling medication within the Gulf of Oman on Aug. 30, 2022. 
(U.S. Coast Guard)In October, U.S. Coast Guard cutter Glen Harris seized about $48 million price of cannabis and meth from drug smugglers, whereas one other cutter seized about $20 million price of narcotics in August. Apart from medication, patrols led by the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard have additionally interdicted smugglers attempting to sneak weapons via the Gulf of Oman. 
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(NAVCENT Public Affairs)CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPEarlier this month, the U.S. Navy seized 2,116 AK-47 assault rifles from a vessel that was crewed by Yemeni nationals within the gulf. The deadly assist was being smuggled from Iran to Houthi rebels in Yemen.  Paul Greatest is a breaking information reporter for Fox Information Digital and Fox Enterprise. Story suggestions and concepts could be despatched to and on Twitter: @KincaidBest.