Up to 1,000 Babies Born to Surrogate Mothers Stranded in Russia

By Andrew Roth | The Guardian | July 29, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has left an estimated 1,000 children stranded in Russia, born from surrogacy agreements between foreign parents and Russian surrogates. This article highlights the story of a British-Chinese couple from Shanghai desperately seek to gain access to a closed Russian border hoping to arrive in time for their daughter’s birth. The already convoluted circumstances have been further complicated by the recent Russian probe into human trafficking within their surrogacy industry. 

Read the full article ->