MOSCOW, January 20 - RIA Novosti. Children's Ombudsman in Moscow Olga Yaroslavskaya said she was ready to help resolve the conflict in the family of the Orthodox activist Vadim Kvyatkovsky over the rights to five children, and added that she would keep the case under control.
Earlier, the Ridus newspaper published material that the wife of the chairman of the board of the Center for Orthodox Youth Programs in the Name of St. George the Victorious, Kvyatkovsky, accused him of beatings and said that for several months she could not settle the issue of children's rights and divorce.
"Today I talked with the father of the family (Vadim Kvyatkovsky - ed.), And we discussed the current problem. For my part, I am ready - if there is a need for this, and both family members are ready for this, - try to help them sit down at the negotiating table and find a good mediator who would help reconcile and find compromises between the parties. Of course, I will keep this case under control, since we are talking about five children, "Yaroslavskaya told RIA Novosti.
The Ombudsman stressed that the court should put an end to this case.
“We are ready to do everything so that the interests and rights of children are not affected, and they are safe,” she concluded.