When Russia invaded, Ukraine’s once-booming surrogacy industry seemed at risk of collapsing. But surrogate mothers and agencies have managed to continue deliveries, and clients are arriving again to pick up their children.
Russia’s invasion has not deterred hundreds of foreign would-be parents from travelling to war-torn Kyiv and other centres
The babies are being cared for at the Venice Hotel in the capital city Kyiv Due to be collected by parents from places also including Italy, Spain and France Parents have paid between £5,745 and £57,365 to company BioTexCom The firm describes itself as a ‘centre for human reproduction Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19 A shocking video…
More than 100 babies born to surrogate mothers have been left stranded in Ukraine because their devastated biological parents cannot enter the country to collect them, after the country closed its borders on March 15.
Desperate parents are trying to find a way into Ukraine to collect their children.
Lockdown exposed the scale of the commercial baby business in Ukraine, and now women hired for their wombs are speaking out.
KIEV (Reuters) – Lying in rows of cots in a small hotel on the outskirts of Kiev, 51 babies born to surrogate mothers are stranded in Ukraine as the coronavirus lockdown is preventing parents from the United States, Europe and elsewhere from collecting them.
Babies born to surrogate mothers in Ukraine are being left stranded after border restrictions mean foreigners cannot move in or out of the country.