“I see how many cruel incidents have happened. We don’t need any foreign adoptions in St. Petersburg,” she said at a city government meeting.
The news expressed that a St. Petersburg family gets 6,155 rubles ($199) a month per child that they take care of.
This has come about after the last escapade with the Leschinsky Sisters and Russia has reached a boiling point over issues in America with adoptions…
Sounds like Americans may have lots of future trouble getting Russian children to adopt. I would say that Moscow will not be far behind in the call for ending adoptions and taking care of the children internally.
I ask the question though, What happens with the children out away from the big cities? Seems that there needs to be a federation wide program that cares for these kids and foster homes availability.
But as my Sveta would say, “That is just right – The children need to stay in Russia!”
Windows to Russia!
- Leschinsky Sisters not to Return to Foster Parents… (windowstorussia.com)
- Russians Are Really beginning To Question American Adoptions… (windowstorussia.com)