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“I was kidnapped on December 17, 1991. I was so unhappy those days. Day by day, I started to get used to that family. I felt ashamed to return back after being kidnapped. In addition, I sympathized with my mother-in-law. She brought up her children by herself and lost her husband early. All those days have passed, now we are a family and have children. I am grateful for my life and grateful to God. I think we should get rid of kidnapped marriages. Now all is changing, society is developing. I am thankful that you are paying attention to this and interviewing us. With regards, the participant.”

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Irina Unruh
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“I was kidnapped on December 17, 1991. I was so unhappy those days. Day by day, I started to get used to that family. I felt ashamed to return back after being kidnapped. In addition, I sympathized with my mother-in-law. She brought up her children by herself and lost her husband early. All those days have passed, now we are a family and have children. I am grateful for my life and grateful to God. I think we should get rid of kidnapped marriages. Now all is changing, society is developing. I am thankful that you are paying attention to this and interviewing us. With regards, the participant.”