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Human trafficking November 1989, signed the end of the USSR, newly independant countries couldn't count on Russia's economical help and they became even poorer. One of the consequences is that the level of criminal affairs around human trafficking drastically increase in all those countries and also in Russia. All of it was due because of the weak law enforcement and the criminalisation of the environment. Russia was at this point a sending and a transit country for this illegal traffic.
Little was fought against human trafficking until the 2000's. But the United Nations convention passed several laws against human trafficking such as the Palermo protocol in 2000; (Protocol to Prevent, Suppre...