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According to the press service of the border service, at the end of
2011, Lutsk frontier unit together with representatives of the Security
Service of Ukraine (SBU) and the Interior Ministry in Volyn region
received initial information about the criminal scheme involving
recruiting and sending Ukrainian women to Germany for sexual

The investigation has found out that the Ukrainian women were brought
abroad using fraudulent schemes and contacts at the Consulate of Poland
in Lutsk, where the Schengen visas were issued, Interfax-Ukraine
learned at the agency.

As reported, on August 10 the Foreign Ministry of Poland fired all
employees of its consulate in Lutsk and the consul general was dismissed
following a visa scandal. An official of the Foreign Service of the
Polish Foreign Ministry said that the consuls deliberately issued visas
to “certain groups of clients.” The Foreign Ministry of Poland said that
the situation in Lutsk will not influence the temp of issuing visas to
Ukrainian citizens.

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