EU Rejects Mega-Brothel Plan Near Amsterdam HQ

EU drug regulator rejects plan for mega-brothel near its Amsterdam headquarters

The city council of Amsterdam plans to relocate the legal prostitution facilities, currently based in the famous red light district, to a less central area of the city due to residents’ complaints citing violent and inappropriate behaviour of visitors. However, the announcement received criticism from the European Medicines Agency (EMA) which fears the proposed locations are a security threat to its staff and visiting delegates, who frequently travel during late hours. Two of the three proposed locations are located near the EMA headquarters, which could potentially affect the adjacent areas similarly. Plans suggest that the proposed brothel will have 100 places for sex workers, including spaces for work breaks. The EMA intends to work with the European Commission on the matter to ensure a safe work environment for its staff, who played a significant role in approving vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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