The following appeared in an article by RIA NOVOSTI in Moscow earlier today. This report and statement by U.S. Consul General Beer further supports the continuation of adoption while the two governments work towards a mutual agreement on intercountry adoption.
U.S. Consul General in Moscow Richard Beer told CNN that the situation with international adoptions in Russia remained largely unchanged.
“Adoptions are continuing here in Russia. Every day we issue more visas to American parents who are bringing Russian children to the United States to live in there with their new loving and caring family. There is no freeze, there is no moratorium,” he said.
MOSCOW, April 16 (RIA Novosti)
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