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Historical UNODC

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime is a United Nations office which was established in 1997 as the Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention, then renamed as we know it in 2002. The focus of the office is trafficking in and abuse of illegal drugs, crime prevention and criminal justice, international terrorism, and political corruption.

Their main goal is to bring down cartels and other groups, accountable for trafficking, especially on illicit drugs. Medellin Cartel is the world history’s most dangerous cartel that was established in 1973 by the leadership of Pablo Escobar in Colombia. Pablo Escobar was a Colombian drug narco who was the most wanted criminal both in the lists of the American and Colombian governments. The American Embassy in Colombia has commissioned the Drug Enforcement Administration to help the Colombian Government bring down the Cartel. The American Extradition Statement for Colombian narcos has led the Colombian narcos to become even more aggressive on their executions, aiming at both countries’ governments.

Medellin Cartel’s executions have affected the whole country. Corruption levels in European countries have jumped over a hundred percent. The American Government has alarmed all of its forces to collapse the entire drug traffic in the world, but the question is: Can they succeed? You are going to be challenged to collapse this traffic in our Historical UNODC Committee meanwhile unexpected crises can emerge throughout this three-day adventure.

Historical UNODC