Friday, February 15, 2013

Ukrainian Adoption Officials Discuss Ratification of the Hague Adoption Convention

Ukraine has discussed and considered legistlation to ratify the
Hague Adoption Convention for over 5 years. We are unsure of its
chances this time around. It is scheduled for debate this summer.
We are working to determine what this would mean operationally
for international adoptions in Ukraine. Right now, it is unclear,
but in every other country that has ratified the convention
adoption costs increased significantly. This is mostly due to
more steps, documentation and basically bureaucracy. Let's all
hope nothing changes.

This is the article published 2.14.12 in the Kyiv Post

Ratification of the Ukrainian Convention on the Protection of
Children and Cooperation with Respect to Inter-Country Adoption
(Hague Adoption Convention) will give an opportunity to gain a
real control over the destiny of the children adopted by the
foreigners, a government official has said.

"I'm sure that all of the resources there were in Ukraine to
monitor what happens to children adopted by foreign citizens
have already been exhausted. Ukraine can't gain anything in a
unilateral way anymore," Presidential Commissioner for
Children's Rights Yuriy Pavlenko said during a roundtable held
by the Verkhovna Rada Committee on family, youth policy, sport
and tourism in Kyiv on Wednesday.

According to him, the introduction of amendments to the Family
Code "will mean there's a possibility have a proper controls
over what happens to a child that is adopted after the
convention is ratified and comes into force."

Pavlenko said that the convention would allow eliminate any
illegal and intermediary work in Ukraine regarding inter-state


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