"Nadia and his Uzbekistan friend identified as SM were believed to have smuggled women from Uzbekistan to work as commercial sex workers in entertainment centers in Jakarta previously," head of the International Crime division at the police headquarters, Sr. Comr. Hasan Malik said here on Monday.
SM was already arrested earlier on charge of kidnapping and smuggling of commercial sex workers.
They were arrested in possession of illegal drugs at an apartment room in South Jakarta.
Hasan said Ukraine police had issued a red notice on Nadia Dobos, who was charged with involvement in human trafficking in May 2012.
Hasan said Nadia Dobos will have to first face his drug case in Indonesian court before being extradited to Ukraine to face human trafficking charge. (IGT)