Romanian-French Crackdown on Human Trafficking Network

July 5, 2024
Romanian-French human trafficking


Romanian and French authorities have collaborated to dismantle a significant human trafficking network, resulting in the arrest of eight individuals involved in the sexual exploitation of Romanian women in France. Supported by Eurojust and Europol, this operation marks a substantial achievement in the ongoing battle against transnational organized crime.

Source: EuroJust


Launched by Romanian authorities in January 2022, the investigation revealed a criminal network engaged in human trafficking, pimping, and money laundering aimed at obtaining significant material benefits. Consequently, victims from disadvantaged backgrounds in Romania were deceitfully recruited and transported to France for sexual exploitation. Furthermore, the operation, primarily managed from Romania, involved suspects making brief trips to France to oversee activities and maintain their illicit operations. Properties rented for short terms in Lyon acted as the operational bases where the victims faced exploitation.



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Source: Brainwave Science