Published: Sat, June 16, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Russians Should Pursue Foreigners, Fall In Love, Says Lawmaker

Russians Should Pursue Foreigners, Fall In Love, Says Lawmaker

Thousands of soccer fans from 31 countries are traveling to the World Cup in Russian Federation that kicks off on Thursday with an opening ceremony in the capital followed by a match between the host team and Saudi Arabia.

The month-long event will see a large number of foreigners visit Russian Federation to watch the competition live.

Ms Pletnyova, who heads a parliamentary committee on children and families, also suggested Russian women should marry local men and said children born from mixed-raced marriages are unhappy.

Tamara Pletneva, a 70-year-old Communist who leads the lower house's family, women and children body, told Govorit Moskva radio station she hoped women would not date visiting fans and get pregnant. Luckily, other members of the Russian government have spoken out against her and said that they have no problems with Russian women getting with foreigners. These children then go on to suffer, you know that well.

Tamara Pletnyova, head of the Family, Women and Children's Affairs committee, dropped this news some 24 hours before the biggest day of the year as Russian Federation began its duties as host of the World Cup. "Then they come to me in the committee, these crying girls, because the child has been shipped away, taken and so on". They have to stay here with mothers'.

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Another lawmaker said foreign fans could bring viruses to the World Cup and infect Russians.

Journalist and TV presenter Yelena Khanga accused Pletnyova of making "immoral" comments about mixed-race children. I got married quite early'. We their children have to bear.

Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, brushed aside suggestions that there would be trouble from Russian fans at the tournament, and said that Russian women would "sort out all their questions themselves", in reference to Pletnyova's comments.

"Many years from now these children will remember that their parents' love story began during the World Cup in Russian Federation in 2018".

Couples should 'both be citizens of Russian Federation who build a good family, live peacefully and in a friendly way and bring up children together, ' she went on. "I'm not a nationalist, but nevertheless", - said Pletnev.

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