Uzbekistan Transnational Issues 2001
SOURCE: 2001 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK
Disputes - international: occasional target of Islamic insurgents based in Tajikistan and Afghanistan
limited illicit cultivation of cannabis and very small amounts of opium poppy, mostly for domestic consumption, almost entirely eradicated by an effective government eradication program; increasingly used as transshipment point for illicit drugs from Afghanistan to Russia and Western Europe and for acetic anhydride destined for Afghanistan
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