Original title: 2 women in Russia were deceived into duty to work in nightclubs. The Chinese police successfully rescued them.
According to the Russian Consulate General in Shanghai, Chinese Yiwu police rescued two Russian women forcibly detained by nightclubs.
Russian satellite news agency reported in August 2nd that the Russian Consulate General in Shanghai said they received a request from the Russian Foreign Ministry to assist in the Ulam Uhde office.
According to the information currently available, 2 women from Ulam Uhde, the Republic of the Republic of B. C. arrived in Beijing on a tourist visa on July 27th, with the aim of working for the restaurant. But the commitment was violated, and 2 women were sent to nightclubs in Yiwu, Zhejiang Province, and asked to provide sexual services to visitors.
Their documents were taken away and activities were restricted. 2 Russian women contacted their parents through mobile phones.
The Russian Consulate General said, "After receiving the news, the Consulate General immediately contacted the public security department in Yiwu to take urgent measures. In the evening of July 31st, 2 women were rescued by the Chinese police and stayed at the local hotel.
The problem of their return is being solved at the moment.
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