How are Ukrainian women fleeing Russian occupation pushing into the sex trade?

  • Cut Adler
  • European Editor

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Ukrainian immigrants are forced to rely on foreigners in their country of asylum.

Imagine what it was like to live in Ukraine, with the fifth week of the Russian occupation behind you. Bombings, spilled blood and trauma.

In many cities in the country, you cannot send your children to school or get medical treatment for the elderly in your family. You don’t even have a solid roof over your head. Will you flee the country? According to the United Nations, about 10 million Ukrainians have fled their country.

A significant number of these Ukrainians have taken refuge in cities believed to be more reliable in their country. However, more than 3.5 million people have fled the country.

Most of those who have fled the country are women and children, as the Ukrainian government has banned men between the ages of 18 and 60 from staying and fighting abroad.

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