Spanish police authorities have captured a team individual from the Brazilian Air Force who conveyed three sacks of cocaine on a development military plane of Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s leader.
Bolsonaro, who was set out toward the G20 summit in Osaka, Tokyo, was planned to have a stopover in Lisbon.
In an announcement discharged on Wednesday, the Brazilian Air Force said in an announcement the pilot was captured on doubt of medication dealing.
Spanish traditions officials were accounted for to have found 37 bundles of cocaine which weighed 39kg during a hunt of the flying machine while the plane was holding on to proceed with its adventure to Tokyo.
“Clearly, given the amount of the medication he was conveying, he didn’t get it on the corner and bring it, isn’t that so? He was filling in as a donkey. A well-qualified donkey, as it were,” said Hamilton Mourão, Brazil’s VP said.
In an announcement discharged on his Twitter page, Bolsonaro said he has requested quick participation with Spanish police.
“I promptly requested the protection clergyman to participate with Spanish police to build up the certainties and collaborate with each phase of the examination, and to dispatch an examination by the military police,” he said.
“There are around 300,000 people in the military who are prepared to maintain the most noteworthy standards of morals and profound quality. In the event that the aviator is found to have perpetrated a wrongdoing, he will be attempted and sentenced by the law.”