Bavarian police to intensify random border checks of Czech vehicles
The Bavarian police will intensify its activities in the vicinity of the Czech-German border in view of curbing cross-border crime, in particular drugs smuggling, Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Hermann says in Wednesday’s edition of Die Welt. The minister said the police would make it a priority to curb the smuggling of the home-made Czech drug crystal methamphetamine across the border to Bavaria. This includes an increased number of random checks of Czech vehicles crossing the border. Prague has in the past protested against the practice calling it discriminatory.