The “largest” illegal liquor was seized in Antalya 03:29

Police in Antalya seized more than 3.5 million bottles of illegal alcohol that were expected to be sold in hotels. This was reported by RIA News.

Law enforcement forces emphasized that the police identified two addresses in the Muratpaşa district where the alcohol they planned to sell in hotels at the beginning of the tourist season was stored in warehouses.

The police emphasized that the seized batch of illegal alcohol was the largest shipment seized at once in Turkish history.

Artem Sokolov, formerly President of the Association of Internet Trading Companies (AKIT) statedIllegal alcoholic beverage sales in the Russian Federation will increase by 60% in 2023, reaching 80 billion rubles.

According to NIFI estimates of the Ministry of Finance, the Russian budget will lose 253 billion rubles due to illegal alcohol trade. Sokolov added that there is a revenue deficit for 2023-2027.

Ministry of Finance in October 2023 supported Legalizing the sale of alcohol over the Internet. According to Minister Anton Siluanov, its advantages outweigh its disadvantages, because official trade will make it possible to control turnover and combat illegal sites selling fake products.

Previously at SPIEF in the name To develop wine tourism in Russia.

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Source: Gazeta


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