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ERBIL, Kurdistan Region –The US Department of State claims Iran, among others, is at the top of the human trafficking list based on their 4-Tier system and a report released Tuesday, a claim rejected by Iran’s foreign ministry.
Iran had previously agreed to improve cooperation with regional countries to combat trafficking, according to the report, but it failed in sharing its anti-trafficking efforts.
PROSECUTION The government did not report anti-trafficking law enforcement efforts and officials continued to be complicit in trafficking crimes.
Human rights activists reported the government did not initiate anti-trafficking investigations due to a lack of political will and widespread corruption.
Iranian girls between the ages of 13 and 17 are targeted by traffickers for sale abroad; younger girls may be forced into domestic service until their traffickers consider them old enough to be subjected to child sex trafficking.
The government also agreed to improve cooperation with a few countries in the region to combat trafficking.
However, as in previous reporting periods, the government did not share information on its anti-trafficking efforts.
Additionally, there were continued allegations that Iranian officials coerced Afghan men into combat roles within Syria.
The TIP report indicated that Iran made few efforts to protect trafficking victims; rather they “continued to punish victims for unlawful acts committed as a direct result of being subjected to human trafficking, such as adultery, prostitution and illegal immigration.”The report alleges that over the past five years, the country has been a source, transit and destination country for men, women and children subjected to sex trafficking and forced labor.