Romanians detained in Denmark for human trafficking, fraud


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Over 20 Romanians have been detained in Denmark for illegally using the data of 71 Romanian nationals to set up shadow companies that they used to reclaim some taxes in order to get bank loans.

According to the Romanian Interior Ministry, the “Vespiary” operation performed by the Danish Police in collaboration with Romanian police officers dismantled the members of a criminal group set up by more than 20 Romanians, two Danish citizens and Syrian one, which is suspected of human trafficking, forgery and fraud.

More precisely, last year, the Danish authorities investigated several persons from Botosani (northern Romania) who brought Romanian citizens in Denmark, promising them jobs there. Yet, the suspects only used their ID information to set up shadow companies so that they can reclaim some taxes from the state and to obtain some bank loans.


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