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2001.11.20
Main release - EMBARGO 11H00 (BRUSSELS) 20/11/2001
2001 Annual report on EU drugs problem:
'Blurring of traditional boundaries' in use of cocaine

Signs of HIV up in six EU countries. Growing concern over long-term
effects of ecstasy(...)

These highlights emerge from a special focus on cocaine, infectious diseases and synthetic drugs in the 2001 Annual report on the state of the drugs problem in the European Union, out today from the Lisbon-based EU drugs agency, the EMCDDA.

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2001.11.20
Overview news release - EMBARGO 11H00 (BRUSSELS) 20/11/2001
2001 Annual report on EU drugs problem: Special overview of main trends
Drugs present Europe with a continuing challenge - But marked EU trend from reactive to proactive policiesine

Today sees the release of the 2001 Annual report on the state of the drugs problem in the European Union from the Lisbon-based drugs agency, the EMCDDA. It highlights latest trends in the EU drug scene and corresponding social, legal and political responses. Key points are given below. Separate news releases focus on Cocaine, infectious diseases and synthetic drugs and the drug problem in Central and eastern Europe.

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2001.11.20
Special focus release - EMBARGO 11H00 (BRUSSELS) 20/11/2001
Annual report on EU drugs problem: special focus on CEECs
Drug problems grow in central and eastern Europe - CEECs step up responses

A rise in the percentage of the central and east European population (especially schoolchildren) who have tried illegal drugs at least once…and the region’s key role in the trafficking and transit of drugs to the EU.

These are just two of the trends highlighted in a special focus on central and east European countries (CEECs) in the 2001 Annual report on the state of the drugs problem in the European Union, out today from the Lisbon-based EU drugs agency, the EMCDDA.

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2001.11.13
First news release
Latest on the EU drug problem:
EU drugs agency to launch 2001 Annual report

Key issues on drugs in Europe are addressed in the 2001 Annual report on the state of the drugs problem in the European Union out soon from the Lisbon-based EU drugs agency, the EMCDDA.

The report – available in the 11 EU languages plus Norwegian – is launched at 11H00 (Brussels time) on Tuesday 20 November at the European Parliament in Brussels.

Launch details: 11H00, 20 November 2001
European Parliament press room (PHS A055)
Rue Wiertz, B-1047 Brussels

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