Kyiv Police Raid Clinic and Plan Investigations of 140 Foreign Nationals: Avoid This Risk
In this article, a clinic in Kyiv was raided and found falsified documentation. Any breech in the regulation and procedures for surrogacy are considered as child trafficking and taken very serious. As a result, 140 international individuals are to be investigated.
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As of recent information, there are now over 30 medical facilities offering surrogacy programs in Ukraine. The quality varies greatly.
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Kyiv police and prosecutors as a result of an extensive undercover investigation documented the criminal group, who have been profiting from trafficking infants abroad under the pretext of a surrogate motherhood program. Kyiv district prosecutor’s office No.6 says top managers of a local reproductive clinic are allegedly involved, having conspired with a group of persons who would seek women to lure into fictitious marriages with foreigners and participation in surrogacy programs.
“On April 24, as part of a sting operation, 11 searches were carried out in the homes, offices, and cars of the suspects, as the clinic premises, where medical documents, passports of Ukrainian citizens and certified copies of foreign passports, letters of attorney, other paperwork and cash, laptops, mobile phones, draft records and flash media, were seized,” the report said.
Law enforcers are set to verify data on nearly 140 foreign nationals who could be involved in the trafficking scheme. UNIAN April 25, 2020