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HELSINKI, December 15, 11:15 /ITAR-TASS/. Russian female citizen Viktoria Isayeva, who was deprived of her two children by the Finnish social services in the previous year, is suspected of false marriage in Finland, local human rights activist Johan Backman said on Sunday.
“She was deprived of her children after a request from the Finnish security services, which accused Viktoria of a false marriage with the Finnish husband. Then the two children were handed over to the family of a Finnish border guard,” Backman noted. In his words, Isayeva was also pressed to get divorced with the husband.
“All suspicions of false marriage are groundless,” and the Finnish state authorities could have made sure of this statement, the Russian female citizen told Itar-Tass. In her words, she is concerned over the fact that the family, where her two sons grow up, “takes them as their own children.”
Isayeva also noted that she had not turned for help to Russian diplomats and had tried to settle the problematic situation in direct talks with representatives of the Finnish social services. Meanwhile, she does not know whether she has any prospects to bring back her children.
It was reported earlier in the week that the Finnish social services had deprived of two children the Russian female citizen and her Finnish husband living in the Finnish city of Lappeenranta.
“No family conflict was found. The parents cannot understand why this had happened. The children have been raised at a private orphanage already for a year,” Backman said then.
In his words, Viktoria and her husband met with the children only under supervision once a week.