Senator Tamara Pletneva believes such sites have a negative impact on the relationship between a man and a woman. 

Russia to ban dating sites and apps

 Senator Tamara Pletneva, the chairman of Russia’s State Duma Committee on family relations, has spoken against dating sites and mobile apps and called on the Senate to “block” them, Moskva news agency pens.

 Pletneva believes that such sites have a negative impact on the relationship between a man and a woman.

“I would completely restrict [access to dating websites and applications], and limit the whole Internet, because our children, young people, and even elderly people get access to bad things there,” she said.

 The Senator also noted that the Internet is a place where everyone can "insult the others with impunity.”

“So, I agree with you, such sites should be blocked, and the others too,” she said. Pletneva said that those people who date on the Internet do not know who they are actually having relations with.

And when they finally meet, a person turns out to be “a fraudster, or just sick.”

 “We made friends, agreed, proposed, met parents, and only after that we got married officially, of course.

And now what? They press the button, there is a match - okay, yes,” said the head of the State Duma committee.

 Ahead of the Russia World Cup, Pletneva gave an interview to Govorit Moskva (Moscow Talking) radio, in which she remembered the times of the 1980 Olympics in Moscow when a lot of women got pregnant and were left alone.

“These kids suffered. It was not a big problem if a child was from a man of a similar race, but if not – a child suffered.

 We have to give birth to children with our men,” she said.

 The President’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov when asked if the Kremlin had heard of Pletneva’s speech, said that Russian women would "figure it out themselves."

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