Azerbaijan, Baku, Jan. 13 / Trend , H.Bagirov /
Azerbaijan sentenced Cambodia and Nigeria's citizens who were engaged in drug trafficking.
Cambodian citizen Saka Makara was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment and Nigerian citizen Odekh Emmanuel to 14 years 6 months imprisonment by the Heinous Crimes Court's verdict, Trend reported.
The accused were arrested by State Customs Committee's employees on Aug.2, 2009.
It was revealed that they intended to deliver drugs they bought in Baku to China through Istanbul.
About four kilograms of heroin were found and seized from them as a result of operative measures.
The judicial review is scheduled for Jan.18.
They are charged with Article 206.2 (smuggling), 234.4.1, 234.4.3 (manufacturing, purchase, storage, transfer, transportation or selling large volume of drugs for illegal manufacturing and processing of narcotics or psychotropic substances on preliminary arrangement by a group of persons or organized group) of Azerbaijani Criminal case.
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