On November 20, the meeting of the Parliamentary Commission on Investigation of the Crimes Committed by the Kiev regime Against Minors was held at the State Duma.
The Co-Chair of the Commission, Deputy Chairwoman of the State Duma Anna Kuznetsova
Anna Yurievna emphasized that, unfortunately, the Kiev regime continued to commit crimes against minors. Thus, only during that week, Ukrainian Nazis attacked Gorlovka and Donetsk, where a four-month-old baby was injured and two girls were wounded.
The parliamentarian stressed that members of the Parliamentary Commission had appealed to their colleagues at the UN and invited them to take part in the meeting, but they refused. “The relevant UN representative, Virginia Gamba, sent a response that she would not be able to take part in the meeting, as she would go to Rwanda,” said the Deputy Chairwoman of the State Duma. She added that it was the real demonstration of the UN’s approach to the Ukrainian issue. “It is not a priority for the UN,” stressed Anna Kuznetsova.
In addition, according to the parliamentarian, the actions of the Kiev regime contribute to occurrence of drug-resistant infections. “This is a threat not only to Russia, but also to Europe,” she explained.
The Ukrainian authorities, as said Anna Kuznetsova, closed hospitals and pediatric wards. “We see that today social support in general is being reduced because there are fewer and fewer subsidies. First of all, social and medical institutions and all social benefits, payments and allowances and social support for those who need it most — children, the elderly people and disabled – were affected most of all,” the parliamentarian said.
Even in large cities of Ukraine, as emphasized the parliamentarian, it was almost impossible to get medical care, children's hospitals were full, and there was a lack of necessary medicines. “The Kiev regime commits humanitarian sabotage against its own citizens in the front-line territories, from time to time stops providing water and electricity,” said Anna Kuznetsova.
She added that facts of child abduction were being covered up. There was used the pretext of studying abroad to take children to Europe and to other parts of the world: 56 orphans were taken to the UK, 85 children from the Artyomovsky orphanage were also sent to Europe. Anna Kuznetsova said that in some clubs in Kiev children were used by pedophiles. Children were sold and taken to foreign states for the same purposes, as added the parliamentarian.
Protection of children's rights
Other issues and aspects of protecting children's rights were discussed at the meeting of the Parliamentary
Commission. Thus, the Chairman of the Committee on Security and Corruption Control
Vasily Ivanovich presented two draft laws.
“The first one provides for the mandatory conduct of a molecular genetic examination when restoring the parental rights of foreign citizens in relation to their children who are without parental care in the territory of the DPR, LPR, and Kherson region. Taking into account the fact that Ukraine today is the world leader in child trafficking, the examination will help us prevent children from getting into the hands of criminals, but help them return to their real parents,” he emphasized.
“The second bill provides for the introduction of a ban on the adoption of children by foreigners who are citizens of countries where gender reassignment is allowed (and this is the vast majority of NATO member states). In this case, we cannot guarantee that the child, after adoption, will not be raised in a same-sex family as the parents can change the gender. For our part, we are obliged to ensure that children grow up in a normal social environment and with traditional family values,” said Vasily Piskarev.