Bali not a safe haven for drug abuse

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Bali not a safe haven for drug abuse

The head of the National Narcotics Agency Commissioner General Petrus Reinhard Golose shouting antinarcotics yells during opening the 'Smash on Drugs' International Table Tennis Tournament at Udayana University, Badung, on Sunday, June 19, 2022. (ANTARA/Genta Tenri Mawangi/my)

Badung, Bali (ANTARA) - The National Narcotics Agency (BNN) has warned tourists, particularly foreign tourists, that Bali was not a safe haven for drug abuse.

All regions in Indonesia, including the resort island of Bali, did not tolerate any kind of drug abuse, BNN Head Commissioner General Petrus Reinhard Golose stated at the opening of the 'Smash on Drugs' International Table Tennis Tournament at Udayana University, Badung, on Sunday.

The tournament was conducted as a part of the 2022 International Anti-narcotics Day. "I declare that Bali is not only the Island of Gods, and the Island of Tolerance, but we declare that Bali is the Island of Zero Tolerance of Drug Abuse," Golose remarked. As Bali has begun to receive more tourists, the threat of illicit drug trafficking has also increased.

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