Romanian prosecutors of the Anti-Organized Crime Directorate (DIICOT) and police officers found almost 1.5 tons of hashish and over 4 million Captagon pills (751 kg) in a container in the port of Constanta.

The drugs have an estimated market value of EUR 80 million, the Romanian Police and DIICOT said. They also explained that the Captagon pills, also known as the “jihad drugs,” are amphetamine-based drugs.