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ST.PETERSBURG, March 20 (Itar-Tass) – The Russian Investigative Committee /SK/ intends to prosecute U.S. citizens blamed for death of children adopted in Russia through Interpol, SK Chairman Alexander Bastrykin declared on Wednesday, speaking at the northwestern department of the Russian Academy of Law on Wednesday.
In cases when the U.S. authorities do not properly react to the death of children, who are Russian citizens, taking strict, concrete measures in the framework of their legal powers and the international law, we will persecute such foster parents in the framework of all criminal cases opened against them. We will seek through the Interpol that they are brought to justice according to the Russian law, Bastrykin declared.
Recently, SK has opened 22 criminal cases against the U.S. parents who adopted children in Russia, Bastrykin said.