Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Fighting to Keep Babies Flowing...

While the U.S. is the biggest importer of babes, it's not the only one who greedily demands that plug in the pipeline be quickly unclogged.

The Irish Times reports that the office of the Minister for Children has invited officials from Vietnam to Ireland in September in an effort to move talks forward on the resumption of an adoption agreement between the two countries.

The State’s five-year bilateral agreement with Vietnam on adoption expired on May 1st this year, leaving more than 200 couples, who had applied to adopt from the country, in limbo until a new agreement is signed. Twenty of those couples, already approved, have been allowed to proceed with their adoptions.

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