Monday, April 15, 2019

Russian father who escaped Sweden with daughters allowed to stay in Poland(title changed from misleading "Father who escaped Sweden with daughters allowed to stay in Poland")

His case resembles in a bit on mine as one was subjected to Muslim environment in foreign country where he lived...he also declined for whatever reason to return to Russia once in Poland...but then again "whatever" as we know close to nothing(is he a journalist/involved in politics etc. all remain open) who/why and only what case shouldn't be on the first place.
Don't know anything about who father was when in Sweden(was he a spy or just a Russian individual against whom racism took place), but know for 100% that news as seen here doesn't contribute nor to Sweden not to me or those of us who would like to live in normal world as human beings(for me this is a real problem as it doesnt reflect my values - I am determined to destroy Kremlin's terrorism with facts and not destroy myself with by racism as Kremlin and some others have anticipated heavily when pushing me into discriminatory environment in the middle of the Poland - will not allow for RACISM TO BE USED TO DESTROY MY WORK in another words as seems is the case with this very Russian Swedish Polish case)

There is a very real Russian terrorist problem and this on global scale(not only accross the Eastern Europe) and by creating what you see here you cause counter effect(even ridicule real threat world is facing).

Racist case without any logic/reasoning which shouldn't be reason for counter espionage in any case is as explained here for media purposes deseminatation of political schizophrenia - I belive case to be prearrainged in advance by all three player/actors😏...

Am not buying today into either Schengen(Warsawian immigration issues), Muslim or Swedish or Russian or whatever lies today...I am glad he got his right to stay in Poland and wish him as well as to his family best of luck.

A Russian father escaped Sweden and travelled to Poland with his three children after they were given away to a Muslim foster family. A Warsaw court has given the family the right to stay in Poland until they have been granted refugee status.

The drama of 41-year-old Denis Lisov and his three daughters started in Sweden when his wife fell ill and had to be taken into hospital. The Swedish social services took the Russian man’s daughters away and gave them to an Arabic foster family. 

Lisov could only visit his daughters once a week and only for a few hours, despite having full parental rights. All three of his children have Russian citizenship.

  • The Swedish social services took the Russian man’s daughters away and gave them to an Arabic foster family

Swedish authorities refused to give Lisov his children back and he decided to return to Russia with his family despite the ban. The girls were inserted into the Schengen Information System (SIS) as missing persons, which is why the Polish border guard had to detain the family when they arrived at Warsaw Chopin airport.

The Polish Ministry of Justice and the Polish proponent of children’s rights were informed of the issue. The representatives of the Swedish social services, the Arabic foster family and the Russian consul arrived at the airport. 

Thanks to the help of the proponent, the Russian father agreed to apply for asylum for himself and his children in Poland. Owing to this decision, the family could not be given back to the Swedes. 

“The court cannot send the minors to Sweden which they entered under their father’s care,” decided judge of the regional court in Warsaw on Wednesday afternoon. "Following the father’s hearing and due to the lack of proof confirming restriction of parental rights, as well as having in mind the minor’s well-being, the court has decided that they should remain in their father’s care.” 

The notion of rules about foster families not respected

The Ministry of Justice also reminded that due to the efforts of Polish authorities, in December 2018, the Council of the European Union for Justice and Home Affairs passed the notion which foresees a uniform rule of respecting the cultural, religious and lingual identity of a child when it is given to a foster family. 

The Ministry informed that so far, the law has not been respected and there have been situations in which children were given away to families of vastly different beliefs or from different cultures, as had happened in the case of Denis Lisov.

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