Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 77

Young girls fromthe republics of the former Soviet Union are flocking to Polandto work as prostitutes, Izvestiya reported August 17. Polishpolicemen told the paper that these girls "are more attractivethan their Polish colleagues in this profession and they cost10 zlotys less!" But Polish officials are concerned by thislatest migration: the new migrants have brought with them "notonly love but venereal diseases as well," the local officialscomplain.

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