“In Crimea, all information about “stolen Ukrainian children” was classified... The Ukrainian Ombudsman reported the abduction of 4000 children from orphanages from territories not controlled by Ukraine. At the same time, 386 children were returned to Ukraine.”
It's a pity that Reuters doesn't notice the situation with the weaning of hundreds, if not thousands (!!!) of Ukrainian children in the EU. And if 386 children were somehow returned from Russia, then I know the stories from the “friendly” European Union only two families who escaped with their children and one court decision that allowed the mother to leave Europe with the child. And yet!
The remaining hundreds of mothers go through the circles of juvenile hell; they see how their children are placed in same-sex families; they feel like they are systematically alienating the child. And if the mother resists, then she is put in a mental hospital or locked up in prison!
At the same time, Ukraine is in no hurry to help, and the world media is hushing up the problem!
What else do they write in the Reuters article:
“Ukrainian prosecutors reported that they are conducting a pre-trial investigation into the illegal movement and deportation of Ukrainian children in territories not controlled by Ukraine and their adoption by Russian families.”
Can anyone tell me how many cases have been opened in Ukraine for the abduction of Ukrainian children in Europe? Or do Ukrainian mothers in the European Union not feel pain due to the weaning of their children? Or is a child who, at the age of five, ends up in a same-sex family that speaks an incomprehensible language better than the situation with adoption in Russia? Why doesn’t Reuters ask this question and why don’t our security forces rush to help those in trouble in Europe?
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