Difference between revisions of "Russia"

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According to a [http://www.hcch.net/upload/wop/gap2014pd3ru.pdf questionnaire] from the Hague Conference on Private International Law, Russian law indicates the following:  
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According to an April 2013 [http://www.hcch.net/upload/wop/gap2014pd3ru.pdf questionnaire] from the Hague Conference on Private International Law, Russian law indicates the following:  
  
 
"1. Assisted reproductive technologies present infertility treatment methods, upon application whereof some or all stages of conception and early development of embryo occur outside mother’s organism (including with the use of donor and (or) cryopreserved germ cells, tissues of genital organs or embryos, as well as surrogacy).
 
"1. Assisted reproductive technologies present infertility treatment methods, upon application whereof some or all stages of conception and early development of embryo occur outside mother’s organism (including with the use of donor and (or) cryopreserved germ cells, tissues of genital organs or embryos, as well as surrogacy).

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