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MOSCOW, April 30 (Itar-Tass) - The Russian Foreign Ministry has invited all adopted and adoptive compatriots in the United States to register at the Consulate-General in order to make the protection of rights and interests effective.
“In order to ensure the effective protection of rights and legal interests of Russian children adopted by American families the Russian Foreign Ministry and other Russian institutions in the U.S. invite all adopted and adoptive compatriots to register at the Consulate-General,” the ministry said.
“This will allow us to make up the full list of Russian children living in the U.S. in order to provide them legal and consular assistance. We would be grateful to adoptive persons for understanding and contribution in this issue,” the ministry said.
The Russian ministry said it would laud “any information from public structures and private persons about our young citizens who turn out to be in a difficult situation and need our support. We hope that compatriots’ organisations will be involved in our work by using all information possibilities and contacts”.
Additional explanations can be given at the consular department of the Russian Embassy in Washington, Russian consulates-general in New York, Houston, San Francisco and Seattle.