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Over 450 Complaints Lodged on Trafficking of Sri Lankan Veterans

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So far, 460 complaints have been lodged regarding the trafficking of retired Sri Lankan veterans for the Russia-Ukraine war.

On the 9th, the Ministry of Defense established a special unit to address this human trafficking issue. Information can be provided to the Ministry through the hotline 0112 441 146.

The Defense Secretary has requested family members of the concerned personnel to disclose the identities of individuals and institutions coordinating this trafficking to the relevant hotline.

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