Denise Pipitone, Ansa correspondent: “In Russia there are families who have claimed paternity of Olesya Rostova”

Denise Pipitone, Ansa correspondent: “In Russia there are families who have claimed paternity of Olesya Rostova”
Denise Pipitone, Ansa correspondent: “In Russia there are families who have claimed paternity of Olesya Rostova”



01 Apr 2021 6:56 pm

The journalist in connection with “Afternoon Five”: “The girl’s DNA was taken”

Here in Russia there are some families who have claimed possible paternity of Olesya Rostova“. Thus the correspondent Ansa a Moscow, Mattia Bernardo Bagnoli, in connection with “Afternoon Five“The reporter explains that in Russia no emphasis has yet been placed on a possible connection between the young woman looking for her biological mother, Olesya Rostova, and Denise Pipitone, the little girl from Mazzara del Vallo disappeared now 15 years ago at the age of 4 years.

“At the moment the most accredited track in Moscow – explains the journalist – is there track that concerns a country in the far north of Russia. There, too, 15 years ago a girl was kidnapped, and there were nomad camps there too. “On the other hand, however, the DNA by Olesya Rostova through which you can begin to understand if between the young Russian who is looking for her biological mother and Piera Maggio, Denise Pipitone’s mother, there is a possible family bond.

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