Kaliningrad Prosecutor’s office will check passed foster children in Moscow family

The Prosecutor’s office of the Kaliningrad region began checking on the fact of the return of the seven foster children in Moscow the guardianship. Its course is taken on special control by the head of Department, reported on the website of the Prosecutor’s office on Friday, April 7.

As explained to “Interfax” the representatives of the Department, the test has just begun. “She is conducted by the regional Prosecutor’s office, despite the fact that the guardians abandoned children in Moscow and they live in the capital”, — noted in press service.

“To find out what happened to the children at the time when they were in the territory of the Kaliningrad region, and whether it is lawful guardians received children to education”, — reported in Prosecutor’s office.

Children, according to the Agency, is scheduled to return to the Kaliningrad region. “In the family the boys were brought up together, they have developed certain psychological relationship, so to separate them we consider wrong. I hope we get the approval of the Moscow colleagues and will help find children loving parents”, — quotes kp.ru acting Minister for social policy of the region Angelica Meister.

The situation has taken control of the presidential Commissioner for children’s rights Anna Kuznetsova, reports Federal news Agency.

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On 5 April it became known that he moved to Moscow, the family was handed over to the guardianship of the capital of the seven pupils aged from 3 to 12 years. It was reported that it happened due to the fact that the parents are unable to increase benefits.

The head of the Moscow Department for social protection Vladimir Petrosyan in this regard, he noted that the desire to benefit capital, not the regional level suggests that children “took not on his heart, and for business.” “Seven children, which five years later, I had to give seven apartments in Moscow. These are children who were born, grew up, came to the state organization of the Kaliningrad region, why they have to bring and leave in Moscow?” he said.

At the same time, the former Ombudsman for children under the President of Russia Alexander Golovanov reported to the regional portal “Klops”, five of the seven children have housing in apartments don’t need, and the reason for moving to Moscow was the more opportunities for them. In his opinion, city officials in this situation “violated all that is possible”.