Drugs are not only being disseminated via ports but also increasingly through postal mail. This is why the coalition party, VVD, urged the Cabinet to implement countermeasures this week. A motion calling for such actions has gained significant support in the Tweede Kamer, the lower house of the Dutch parliament, according to the right-wing party.

Ingrid Michon of the VVD asked Justice Minister Dilan Yeşilgöz-Zegerius and Economic Affairs Minister Micky Adriaansens, both from her party, to come up with a plan within six months to address this issue. The plan should encompass improved detection and reporting of ”unusual shipments.” The MP also called for postal companies to annually disclose the quantity of drugs seized and for employees to be better equipped to handle such situations.

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