Afghan returnees face risks of trafficking, says UN

MONITORING (SW) – United Nations Office at Geneva has warned that Afghan immigrants face the risks of trafficking while returning from Pakistan.

Afghan immigrants deported from Pakistan face a serious risk of human rights violations when they return to country, said UN Office at Geneva in statement on Wednesday, December 6th.

“Afghan nationals, in particular, women and girls, face risks of being trafficked or re-trafficked in the country or during displacement.”

It should be mentioned that since the beginning of the process of deporting Afghan immigrants from Pakistan, more than 400,000 Afghan migrants have returned from this country, and according to reports, most of the returnees are women and children.