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Police detain Azerbaijani who tried to sell Ukrainian girls into sex slavery

He tricked girls in by offering them jobs in Turkey
22:38, 6 February 2018

General Prosecutor's Office

Ukrainian law enforcers detained a 24-year-old Azerbaijani citizen who attempted to send three Ukrainian girls to Turkey, eventually turning them into sex slaves. Andriy Lysenko, the press secretary of Prosecutor General's Office posted that on Facebook. 

The investigation team found out that the man met beautiful girls who appeared to be in a difficult financial situation; he offered them a job abroad, telling them they would work as waitresses at nightclubs and restaurants. However, the girls found themselves in sex slavery, and the Azerbaijani received money for every girl he brought - from 1,000 to 2,000 U.S. dollars.

The detainee will be judged under the respective article (human trafficking). 

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