GREEK REPORTERS: Baby trafficking in Greece

Σάββατο, 17 Μαρτίου 2018

Baby trafficking in Greece

Five  Bulgarians and Greeke were looking for  couples in Greece who could not  give birth their own  children. They approached them and promised them to make their dream come true with 20,000 euros. They then traveled to Sliven, Bulgaria, where they found poor pregnant women who could not live their children and brought them to Greece.


They  kept them  in a house in Northern Greece, and then went to give birth to Athens or Katerini - depending on the families that would  adopt the newborn children.  According to police data from 2014 to 2016, the circuit sold 5 babies.



Baby trafficking is booming in Greece because of legislation that puts a lot of obstacles in legitimate adoption, as more and more parents leave their children in public hospitals and institutions because of the crisis.

See the  report of Helen Lazarou at ALPHA TV

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