The Czech police have discovered 62 drug labs, 63 marihuana grow-ops and charged 429 people with drug-related offences in a major anti-drug operation, police president Tomáš Tuhý told a news conference in Prague on Friday. Detectives have also seized 16 kilos of illicit substances in the labs as well as 43 kilos of marihuana during the operation that lasted two months. In total, 108 of those charged were foreign nationals, Mr Tuhý said, adding the operation focused on regions bordering on Germany. The Czech police are cooperating with their German colleagues to curb exports of methamphetamine from the Czech Republic to Germany.
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