A German couple flees to Paraguay to prevent their children from being vaccinated against the corona virus. However, they do not have sole custody of the two girls and are soon wanted by Interpol. That's probably why they contact the lawyers of the other parents.
After the start of a nationwide manhunt for child abduction, a German couple who went into hiding with their two daughters in Paraguay has now contacted the ex-partners' lawyers. "There have been several phone calls over the past few days," the lawyers said on Monday. "We are looking for a solution to end the child abduction."
The father of one girl and the mother of the other girl are married to each other in their second marriage and emigrated to Paraguay with their two children in November last year without the consent of their respective ex-partners. Apparently they wanted to prevent the children from being vaccinated against the corona virus. According to the Paraguayan public prosecutor's office, there is an arrest warrant against the couple. The international police agency Interpol is looking for the two.
Now there have been "fruitful talks," the lawyers' letter said. The mother of one girl and the father of the other girl could have phoned their children. "We are looking for a solution that protects the rights of all parties and, above all, takes into account the interests of the children," the lawyers wrote in the statement.