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Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
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Country Programs

The Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) funds various bilateral drug and crime control programs with our greatest counternarcotics efforts in Latin America.

Afghanistan
Albania
Argentina
Armenia
Asia/Africa/NIS
    and Europe
Azerbaijan
Bahamas, The
Belize
Bolivia
Bosnia and
    Herzegovina
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Congo, Democratic
    Republic of the
Costa Rica
Ecuador
Egypt

El Salvador
Georgia
Ghana
Guatemala Guyana
Honduras
Iraq
Jamaica
Jordan
Kazakhstan
Kosovo
Kyrgystan
Laos
Lebanon
Macedonia
Mexico
Moldova
Montenegro
Morocco
Nicaragua

Nigeria
Pakistan
Panama
Peru
Russia
Senegal
Serbia
Sudan
Suriname
Tajikistan
Thailand
Trinidad and
    Tobago
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
Venezuela


 

  
Highlights

Country Program: Afghanistan
The United States and the international community assist the Government of Afghanistan in its efforts to develop the institutions capable of combating opium cultivation and trafficking. Through the "Five Pillar" plan of: Public Information; Alternative Development; Eradication; Interdiction; Justice Reform; the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs focuses U.S. Government assistance in combating narco-production and trafficking. More

Country Program: Iraq
Since 2003, the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs has been an integral player in the U.S. Government’s efforts to help the Government of Iraq and the Iraqi people to promote security, stability, and respect for the rule of law in Iraq. More

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