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Georgia may transfer Ukraine 10 children, whose Ukrainian parents are suspected of children trafficking

At the moment children stay in local foster families and social institutions in Georgia
21:55, 5 June 2019

 

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Georgia is ready to transfer Ukraine children, whose Ukrainian parents are suspected of children trafficking. The press service of the Head of State reports this.

On June 5, Commissioner of Mykola Kuleba, the President of Ukraine for Children’s Rights, pursuant to the commission of Volodymyr Zelensky, met with representatives of the Prosecutor's Office of Georgia and the Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Affairs to return 10 children of the Susliak family from Khmelnytsky region to Ukraine,” the report said.

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The question of returning children to Ukraine is now being settled, in particular, processing of all necessary documents is ongoing. Preliminary agreements have already been reached with the Prosecutor's Office of Georgia and the Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia as regards the return of these children to the homeland.

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At the moment children stay in local foster families and social institutions in Georgia.

“Their mother, Yulia Susliak, is in custody. Yulia and her husband Yuriy are suspected of children trafficking. The woman was detained with ten children, seven of whom were born during one year from surrogate mothers when she was trying to set off for Abkhazia occupied by Russia,” the report said.

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