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.


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.


“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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