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Most Employees of an Illegal Factory Uncovered in Greece Were Citizens of Georgia

09.09.2005

Most Employees of an Illegal Factory Uncovered in Greece Were Citizens of Georgia

Athens. 05.09.05.MediaNews. An illegal factory producing cigarettes was uncovered in the Greek city of Saloniki. According to information of the local law enforcers, most of this factory’s employees were citizens of Georgia and the Ukraine.

Greek police officers found 80 tons of contraband tobacco – enough for 4.5 million packs of cigarettes. According to the officers this is the biggest illegal factory discovered in the history of Greece. The production mainly concerned “Marlboro” cigarettes.

Police has already detained the head of the factory – a 35 year-old man whose name and nationality is not yet made public. Three of his partners and his brother are  wanted as well.

As a note: this information was spread by the newspaper “Moskovski Komsomolets”.

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