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Hungarian charity aids trafficked victims sent to UK for prostitution

The Hungarian government has admitted it can only take action against sex traffickers with the co-operation of law enforcement agencies in other countries.

On Wednesday Mate Puskas, 25, Victoria Brown, 25, Zoltan Mohacsi, 36, Istvan Toth, 34, and brother Peter Toth, 28, were jailed after they were convicted of trafficking for sexual exploitation and conspiracy to control prostitutes.

BBC South East Home Affairs Correspondent Colin Campbell visited Hungary and spoke to Agnes da Coll, of the Hungarian charity Baptist Aid, and Hungary's Deputy State Secretary for EU and International Relations Dr Krisztina Berta.

  • 08 Jan 2014
  • From the section England
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