Moscow knocks U.S. for "silence" on dead Russian child
MOSCOW (Reuters) – The United States "inexcusably" failed to inform Moscow about the death of a Russian-born toddler adopted by an American couple, a Kremlin official said on Friday, highlighting tensions over an adoption accord the two countries signed in July.
Russia's children's rights commissioner Pavel Astakhov criticised U.S. authorities for not informing Russia that an American man had been acquitted of the murder of his Russian-born son.
In November a jury in U.S. state Iowa decided that Brian Dykstra was not guilty of second-degree murder following the death of his 21-month year old son Isaac in 2005, U.S. news reports said.
"The American authorities have only now informed us (of this case). For almost six years they were silent and said nothing. It is inexcusable," Astakhov told Reuters in an interview.
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