Unfortunately, I have come to the point where, due to the financial difficulties created by my fights to win the custody and the repatriation of my kidnapped child, I have to turn to humanitarian aid to see my child and to have him back with me, knowing how much a four and a half year old child needs his mother.
I must admit, it's very uncomfortable for me to expose my situation, but the love, missing my baby, and the strong desire to have him back with me it’s above all.
For two and a half years after the separation, I raised him on my own, without any help from his father, and since then I have fought for his custody, but in November last year he was kidnapped, taken to Moscow and isolated from me, by my former partner.
Since then I have been able to see my child only once with the occasion of the mediation attempt to reach a consensus, which didn’t bring positive results. The reconnection with my baby was emotional, a string of unstoppable tears for a few hours, after which my child and I did not want to split up for a second, even if we were forced by his father to do it.
After returning to my country, followed by a long struggle with bureaucracy, as well as accessing bank credits to pay part of the costs of the proceedings in order to repatriate my child, I’ve succeeded in filing.
Starting with June the 28th, the trials for repatriation will start in Moscow, and in Italy as well, in order to revoke the false Passport with which my child was kidnapped. In all these, the amounts credited by banks have been exhausted, and as my income no longer allows accessing other loans, I have to appeal to your kindness.
I decided to write these lines with the desire to get the necessary amount of my trip to Moscow to present myself to the court, see my child, and pay the tax (even partially) of lawyers involved in the custody, child repatriation, and false Passport revocation cases.