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Suriname is a country of drugs? Minister of Suriname: “We will take legal action”

Suriname’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Albert Ramdin expressed his strong dissatisfaction with the Netflix series “.”

Director Yoon Jong-bin’s “Narco-Saints” was released on September 9th and quickly gains worldwide success immediately after its release due to the passionate acting performance of Ha Jung-woo, Hwang Jung-min, Park Hae-soo, and Cho Woo-jin, rapid story development, and thrilling production.

“Narco-Saints” is a story about drugs in the background of Suriname, South America. In response, Suriname was uncomfortable after seeing their country being described as a den of drugs, and even Surinames’ Minister of Foreign Affairs expressed his dissatisfaction himself.

Narco-Saints

According to local media such as “Suriname Harold,” Minister of Foreign Affairs Ramdin mentioned the Netflix series “Narco-Saints” during a press conference on September 12th (local time).

Foreign Minister Ramdin said, “Our Suriname no longer has the image of a land of drugs. We will take legal action against ‘Narco-Saints’,” adding that he would hold “Narco-Saints” legally responsible for describing his country as a drug-related country.

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“We have tried hard to improve our country’s image, but we are on the verge of having a negative image again due to Netflix’s ‘Narco-Saints’. We will contact South Korea,” he said.

According to reports, Suriname will officially complain to the U.S. ambassador in Korea in writing about its complaint against “Narco-Saints”. This country seems to be protesting to the U.S. Embassy in Seoul because there is no South Korean embassy in Suriname.

Source: nate

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