Belarus has efficient mechanisms to fight human trafficking, Dejan Keserovic, Head of the mission of the International Migration Organization in Belarus, said during a workshop in Mogilev.
In his words, the IOM carries out two anti-human-trafficking programs in Belarus. The first one was launched in September 2002, and the second one started in 2008.
As formerly reported by Interfax, an international workshop on human trafficking takes place in Mogilev April 2-3.
The workshop is expected to help coordinate the efforts of law enforcement agencies, public associations and international organizations, the source specified.
The workshop was organized by the Belarusian Interrion Ministry and the International Organisation for Migration in association with Sida. It is attended by law enforcers from all districts of Mogilev Region, representatives of the Supreme Court, the Prosecutor's Office, the Labor and Social Security Ministry, the Education Ministry, the Belarusian Bar, as well as other bodies and agencies.