2008 NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR PREVENTION AND COUNTERACTION OF TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS AND PROTECTION OF THE VICTIMS
Worldwide trafficking in human beings is recognised as a serious violation of human rights. Human trafficking impairs the honour and dignity of the victims and, in some cases, their right to life. As a form of organised crime, trafficking in human beings undermines the basic principles of the law order and the democratic standards in the society. The transnational character of the phenomenon requires joint efforts of all institutions working against human trafficking on regional, national and international levels.