Robert Rantala will begin to live happily, according to the plan
Today, on March, 19th Inga Rantala and her husband Conducted - Pekka have signed the contract on education of the son with body of guardianship of a city of Turku, the document named the plan “ happy life “.
- Ingu also Conducted - Pekka Rantalov have completely rehabilitated on the child. The claim which submitted sotsrabotniki about deprivation of the parental rights, is withdrawn, - the lawyer of a family of Johan Bekman has told.
Representatives of consulate general of the Russian Federation too was present on agreement signing. The plan is calculated till June, 18th, 2010, in a consequence, it will probably prolong. Before this date and to the father it is necessary for mother ten times will appear in a social service and to tell about conditions in a family. Bodies sotsopeki promised to leave Robert with parents and not to submit the new claim, only in case of its normal and quiet life of the house. The checking commission will come to see the house Rantalov four times. Visitors will look in what conditions lives and Robert is nurtured. All visits of social workers will be accompanied by the Russian diplomats.
the School too will make the contribution to Robert`s happy life. It have left in the same educational institution, but have translated in other class. Now the boy with a dual citizenship, will seriously be engaged in Russian studying. And teachers will report every Friday about behaviour and progress of the boy.
we Will remind, seven-year Robert have taken away from a family in the beginning of February. Bodies sotsopeki have placed it in a shelter and have submitted the claim about deprivation of the parental rights of his mother and the father. The history has received abrupt turn when to the Finnish city there has arrived the representative by the rights of the child at the president of the Russian Federation Paul Astakhov. On March, 15th Robert has run away home from school and till now is with a family.
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