In Poland found the underground tobacco factory personnel from Ukraine

В Польше нашли подпольную табачную фабрику с персоналом из Украины

Militiamen exposed the clandestine manufacture of cigarettes

Ukrainians more months were in labor slavery. They were kept in a room under constant surveillance.

In the greater Poland Voivodeship of Poland, law enforcement officers found illegal tobacco factory, but also workers from Ukraine and Moldova who were there under labor slavery. On Thursday, December 6, reported the press-service of state frontier service.

So, in one of the rooms was discovered nine citizens of Ukraine, and five citizens of the Republic of Moldova. Also during a search found 13 tonnes of tobacco and more than a thousand boxes of cigarettes which were Packed into bundles with logos of famous brands.

The cost of the discovered products, according to law enforcement officers is more than 2 million euros.

Explanation of citizens of Ukraine it became known that the organizers of the illegal transaction promised them legal employment, but upon arrival on the territory of Poland took their personal belongings, forbade to call loved ones and report their whereabouts. Subsequently they were taken to the territory specified factory, where he was kept in a separate room more than a month. In addition, for control was surveillance camera and identified two people who around the clock were in the territory of the illegal factory. As a result, they had worked in two shifts of seven people. During one shift, the workers produced more than 100 boxes of cigarettes.

It is noted that the operation was conducted jointly by Polish and Ukrainian border guards, employees of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Moldova and Europol.

 

 

Previously, under the Odessa militiamen were released from slavery about 30 people.

 

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