A newly published annual report commissioned by Prague City Hall has warned of the growing costs of drug dependency in the city's capital. According to the report, next year, 16,000 Prague citizens will be addicted to narcotics, many of whom will be unemployed, homeless and in poor health. Experts writing the annual report also expressed concerns over ongoing resistance by local districts to create local drug treatment centres for addicts.
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