Estonia's Tax and Customs Board destroys 10 million counterfeit cigarettes
More than 10 million confiscated counterfeit cigarettes and several smaller packets containing narcotic and psychotropic substances were destroyed by the Tax and Customs Board (MTA).
The goods were crushed and then burned at the thermal power plant in Iru, Wednesday's Aktuaalne kaamera.
The majority of the cigarettes came from one criminal case, while the narcotics were seized during inspections or sent by mail and intercepted.
Last year, the MTA destroyed 15 million illegal cigarettes.
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