T.I. and Others v. Greece (no. 40311/10)
Application communicated to the Greek Government on 6 September 2016
Recognised as victims of human trafficking, the applicants, three Russian nationals, complain in particular of the Greek State’s failure to discharge its obligations to penalise and prosecute acts relating to human trafficking in their cases.
The Court gave notice of the application to the Greek Government and put questions to the parties under Articles 4 (prohibition of slavery and forced labour), 6 (right to a fair trial) and 13 (right to an effective remedy) of the Convention.
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