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Kehinde said many girls forced into sex work in Russia came to the country on student visas.
Most of the girls Kehinde dealt with had come to Russia on student visas, he said.
Such visas are not easy to obtain as universities must provide supporting material for the applications.
Usman Gafai, head of mission at the Nigerian Embassy in Moscow, said he, too, was aware of Nigerians being trafficked for sex to Russia.
“Ten years ago, it was not such a huge problem as this,” he told DW. “Those involved are an international cartel. On a daily basis they are growing and making money out of it.”
The Russian government needed to “carry out proper scrutiny of visa applicants back in Nigeria,” Gafai said. “The majority come to Russia on a student visa, and I want to see more scrutiny of that.”
Kehinde said illiterate teenagers were being trafficked.
“How can you bring a girl of 14- or 15-year old to study in a university, when she cannot even read and write?” he asked.
DW was able to examine passports and migration documents belonging to six Nigerian girls, including Blessing, that showed they had arrived in Russia on student visas.
The Smolny Institute of the Russian Academy of Education in Saint Petersburg told DW it had issued visa support documents in 2014 for Blessing to study a Russian-language course in preparation for entering university. However, in an emailed statement to DW, the university’s rector, Gaidar Imanov, said she never arrived at the institute, and the university had no knowledge of whether she had entered the country.
Similarly, the Baltic Humanitarian Institute, another St. Petersburg university, confirmed via email it had issued documents to a would-be student from Nigeria who had never made contact to begin her course in Russia.
Both universities rejected the notion that their staff may have been paid to provide documents to students who were not genuine or to traffic girls to Russia for sex, calling the allegation “fiction” and “absolutely baseless.”
DW examined numerous documents belonging to girls who were trafficked to Russia and exploited.
The Russian Ministry for Foreign Affairs, whose embassies issue visas, told DW in a written statement that all students in Nigeria undergo an interview “without fail.” It also said border officials do not allow entry into the country without confirmation from the university where they are due to study. The ministry said it “wanted to emphasize” that individuals are “personally responsible for adhering to migration legislation.”
Russia’s Federal Migration Service told DW that it “regularly checks” for migration violations and that immigration law had been broken in more than 325,000 cases in the first two months of 2016. Despite several requests, the agency did not explain how Blessing – and girls like her – could have entered Russia on student visas and apparently disappeared from authorities’ sight for years into the sex trade.
Despite legislation meant to prevent human trafficking, Russia has not shown a full commitment to tackling the problem, said Andrew Bogrand of the NGO Democracy International.
“Prosecution, although existent, is very limited,” he said. “More alarming, according to Russia’s few women’s rights NGOs, is the almost complete lack of shelter space for women who are victims of sex trafficking or domestic violence.
“Corruption and trafficking are inextricably linked – and Russia fares poorly in most corruption indexes,” he continued. “As long as the state continues to turn a blind eye to the problem of corruption, trafficking will flourish.”
Blessing recently returned to Nigeria and hopes to resume her studies. But her time in Russia has changed her life forever. It remains unclear whether she will be able to walk properly again.
She has a message for other Nigerian girls who are offered jobs abroad: “Stay back home, learn to work. Even though the pay is small, it is much better than coming here to suffer or lose your life.”
US State Department releases human trafficking report.
The US State Department has taken Malaysia and Cuba off its blacklist of countries failing to combat human trafficking, but has kept Thailand and Russia on it. Critics say that the move might be politically motivated. (27.07.2015)
One Day In The Life Of A Finnish Sex Tourist.
By Kaja Granthal.
On a weekend evening, two young men from Finland, Julli and his friend, arrive by ferry at Tallinn’s main portal slightly tipsy and with small bags slung over their shoulders.
Yes, Julli admits, they came to find prostitutes. They have fifteen hours before their boat heads back to Finland.
After using the toilet and currency exchange, they call Anne. She’s a taxi driver they know who will take them to their accommodation. Her license plate reads Anne-1.
The taxi drivers waiting by the terminal explain that most Finns ask to be taken to shopping centers or to visit acquaintances. One out of 20 asks to be driven to a brothel.
Some taxi drivers even display brochures and calling cards of the brothels: around 35 are thought to operate in Tallinn in the winter twice as many in the summer.

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