Julia’s family life was the most typical: she had a family, a husband and children. Life went on as usual.
But one day, her husband discovered that the woman had been missing for 20 years. And he still considered it gone.
Today Julia Gorina is almost thirty years old. In conversations with her husband, she had told her story several times.
The woman had grown up in a foster family and remembered almost nothing about her real parents.
The last memory was the train, and those moments were fragmentary. The husband, Ilya, was surprised by the situation.
And he decided to figure it out. The man thought about it for a while and started looking for information on the news from twenty years earlier.
The first few lines in the search engine led him to his wife’s true story. Even after many years, the woman was on the list of missing children.
Ilya consulted the archives and reached information from the authorities: Julia had been wanted since 1999.
It turned out that in October 1999, four-year-old Julia went with her father from the village to Minsk to sell vegetables from the garden.
The father fell asleep, but when he woke up he did not find his daughter nearby and immediately turned to the Belarusian police.
Your search returned no results:
they began to search for the girl only on the territory of Belarus, and, as it turned out, the curious little girl got off at the station of Russian cities.
Julia was discovered for the first time by the Russian police, the girl was assigned to an orphanage and after a while they found her a new family.
She grew up and lived a completely normal life, until it was discovered that her real parents had been looking for her for 20 years.
The story ended well. Julia managed to find her parents. DNA testing confirmed the man’s hypothesis.
Naturally, the father and mother of the girl, who had been lost 20 years earlier, were extremely surprised by the meeting.
Today Julia’s daughter is already 6 years old. It is still difficult for her to understand where she got other grandparents from.