A man selling ginseng online in Blagoveshchensk became a defendant in the case 08:50

A resident of the Amur region is suspected of illegally possessing ginseng root. In this respect reports district attorney’s office.

Investigators believe that a man from Blagoveshchensk posted an ad on one of the websites for the sale of the plant. After some time, a citizen of the People’s Republic of China wrote him a letter and they agreed to buy the roots with him. At the same time, the seller knew that the facility was listed in the Red Book, and the inspectors involved the stranger in what was happening.

Police teams detained the person in a short time. A few more ginseng roots were found in the Russian’s home.

Law enforcement sent the file to the court for evaluation on the merits.

How reports PriamurMedia faces up to 5 years in prison for such a person under the law.

Before that, the driver of the car tried to smuggle about 700 kilograms of oysters to Moscow. Customs officers also found more than ten kilos of lobster. All this was hidden in the furniture.

Previously a Chinese citizen tested He was caught trying to buy the skin of a brown bear from Russia.

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Source: Gazeta


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