Member of Ukrainian Parliament Valeriy Pysarenko demands stopping the unhindered sale of drugs in the Internet.
The parliamentarian appealed to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov with the corresponding letter.
Valeriy Pysarenko asks the Government to develop a state strategy to identify and quickly block Internet resources that freely sell drugs and psychotropic substances.
"Today, drugs in Ukraine are more allowed than banned. And also the Internet has given an opportunity for creation of new schemes of sale of narcotic substances. In addition, the Internet allows the dealer to remain incognito. In the network, there are many degrees of protection, and most important - in an emergency, it is easy to break off the threads, " - Member of Ukrainian Parliament explains.
In the letter to the Minister of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Valeriy Pysarenko also talked about the ways in which the sites for selling drugs are advertised, making a reference to the plot of the TV channel "1 + 1". In the video, journalists showed that on the walls of many houses, schools and even in public transport images began to appear with addresses of Internet resources, where it is possible to freely purchase a wide range of narcotic substances.
"Revolutionary radical measures are needed for changing the situation. It's hard to fight against it, but we have to work in this direction," - Member of Ukrainian Parliament added.