Human Traffic Watch

Taiwan, Indonesia to work closer to fight human trafficking

In Human Trafficking on May 30, 2013 at 3:18 pm

Taiwan and Indonesia have agreed to strengthen cooperation in fighting human trafficking at a recent meeting in the Southeast Asian country.

Under a joint statement signed at the first meeting of top immigration officials from the two countries, Indonesian immigration personnel will escort Indonesian victims of human trafficking sent back by Taiwan on their way home, to ensure their safety.

This will be done at the discretion of the victims and escort missions will start upon arrival at airports in Indonesia, according to the statement.

Source: Focus Taiwan

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