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Russian officials have again censured NATO`s failure to stamp out Afghanistan's huge opium trade, voicing Moscow's frustration over the alliance's negligence.
Citing lack of cohesion within NATO against the backdrop of dwindling support for combating drug trafficking in Afghanistan, Russia's envoy to NATO Dmitry Rogozin said Russia "is losing 30,000 lives a year to the Afghan drug trade, and a million people are addicts," AP reported.
"This is an undeclared war against our country," he emphasized. "We are obviously very dissatisfied with the lack of attention from NATO and the