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Tejas Savsani

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2020-07-03 at 01:16:42


Tejas (36) and his wife Kruti (38) are Indian-born, but now Australian citizens living in Melbourne. They engaged in surrogacy with IVMed in Ukraine. They travelled to Ukraine for their baby’s birth amidst the Covid pandemic. With Ukraine airports closed to commercial flights, their journey involved transiting in Stockholm then on to Minsk in Belarus, followed by an 8 hour road trip to Kiev in mid April. Now safely home in Melbourne, Tejas will talk about the experience

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