El Diario reports:
Peru detects 222 flights of Bolivian narco-planes
• In three months, national aircraft entered Peruvian territory to load 77 tons of drugs, according to a lawmaker from Peru. A report by the Anti-Drug Directorate reveals that 13 flights a day depart from the Peruvian jungle to eastern Bolivia. Ollanta Umala government approved law to shoot down aircraft with drugs.
Congressman Emiliano Apaza revealed that between May 10 and August 16, 222 Bolivian aircraft flights have been detected, that entered Peruvian territory to load 77 tons of drugs from the valley of the rivers Apurimac, Ene and Mantaro.
The legislature, with a database of the Joint Command of the Armed Forces of Peru said that during a year, there are detected between 600 and 1,000 flights and 95% of the planes that enter the Peruvian territory illegally come from Bolivia.
In this regard, according to a publication of El Dia, the national director of the Special Force to Fight Drug Trafficking in Bolivia, Santiago Flores, said that in the absence of radar this task is not yet been faced and the purchase of equipment is managed through the Bolivian government.