Don't Travel To These 5 Countries, They Are Well Known In Drug Trafficking


Things vary, just as individuals, races, and countries do. Europe, South America, Africa, North America, Asia, Australia, and Antarctica are the seven continents that make up the earth. However, while human life can be found on all six continents, drug trafficking is most prevalent in North and South America. What does it mean to be involved in drug trafficking? Drug trafficking is the illegal distribution of narcotics, especially "hard drugs." It's known in terms of its unauthorized distribution in prohibited areas. To put it another way, drug trafficking is the act of illegally pushing or selling hard drugs, dangerous drugs, and drugs not licensed by a specific country (contrabands) in order to make money or profit. There have been several countries identified as the world's drug hubs in the history of drug trafficking; these countries are mainly from South America. Mexico, for example, is home to the world's most powerful drug cartels. Mexico has been accused of having five major drug cartels on many occasions. Despite their government's best efforts, drug trafficking continues to be a major problem in their country. Drug trafficking has a long history in five countries. Seeking asylum there is not a good idea. However, if you really must visit, proceed with caution.

1 Dominican Republic 

Drug trafficking has long been a part of the culture in this small region. It is a Caribbean country that shares the well-known "island of Hispaniola" with Haiti. The country's capital, Santo Domingo, is situated on the Caribbean's tallest peak. The use of illicit Cocaine is well-known in this region. The country's drug cartels normally export Cocaine to Venezuela via the island of Hispaniola. The infamous city of "Punta Cana" is home to the bulk of the country's drug trafficking. Santiago Luis Polanco Rodriguez, the country's most powerful drug lord, was recently apprehended. He was the most significant Cocaine courier to the United States.

2. Haiti

The island of Hispaniola is shared by the Caribbean country and the Dominican Republic, as previously stated. Haiti must be the first country that comes to mind when it comes to illicit drug trafficking or trans-shipment of marijuana and cocaine. Haiti was identified as a refuge for drug dealers in an article published by the "Miami Herald." Drug cartels have turned Haiti into a drug center by exploiting the country's strategic position, weak institutions, and haphazard police force. Cocaine is transshipped from Colombia to the United States via this region.

3. Mexico

The United Mexican States are at the southernmost tip of North America. It is generally considered to be the world's largest drug center. Mexico would almost certainly be discussed when discussing the history of drug trafficking. Indeed, Mexico is home to five of the world's most powerful drug cartels. Guadalajara, Sinoloa, Tijuana, Juarez, and Gulf cartels are among the drug cartels. In early 2010, a brutal drug war broke out in Mexico between two well-known drug lords, Joachim Guzman and Juarez, resulting in the deaths of over 12,000 innocent people. Do not attempt to travel to Mexico if you are unfamiliar with the area or do not know anyone there.

4. Colombia 

Colombia is a large South American country with a population of over 100 million people. It has been heavily involved in a variety of drug trafficking businesses due to its proximity to countries notorious for drug traffickings such as Brazil, Panama, Ecuador, and Peru. After Brazil, Argentina, and Peru, it is the fourth-largest nation on the South American continent. The city of Bogota serves as its capital. With a long history of drug trafficking, the country is undeniably dangerous, especially to foreigners who are unfamiliar with its location. There is a high incidence of crime and abuse in the world as a result of the country's high level of drug trafficking. Cali, Medellina, and Bogota cartels are responsible for a significant number of deaths in Colombia each year. Colombia should be the last country on your list if you are considering emigrating to another country.

5 Iran

Iran is a massive nation in Asia's southwest. The country has a reputation for being a big “Heroin” shipping point between Afghanistan and several European countries. Iran has the highest levels of drug use and drug-related abuse in the world, with nearly 3% of the population abusing hard drugs. Afghanistan comes in second. As a result, all visitors to the country must exercise extreme caution. Many countries have expressed grave concern about the global rate of drug trafficking. We should not ignore the fact that drug trafficking is still prevalent in most parts of the world, especially in South America, North America, and Asia, despite the fact that we know they are doing well in that regard. To avoid getting yourself into a risky situation, we must ensure that we have thoroughly investigated the country to which we are about to fly. Avoiding certain risky countries at all costs is a must for us.

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