The authorities in Paraguay are looking for two German girls who are allegedly being hidden by anti-corona vaccinationists without the consent of either parent. The mother makes a desperate appeal to her ex-husband.

“From now on we will intensify the search for the two girls,” said the head of the police kidnapping unit, Mario Vallejos, on Monday. At the press conference, the mother of one of the missing girls, Anne Maja Reiniger-Egler, made a desperate appeal to the father.

Her ten-year-old daughter traveled to Paraguay in November with her father Andreas Rainer Egler and his new wife Anna Maria Egler. The eleven-year-old daughter of the new partner was with them. According to the authorities, however, the couple did not have the consent of the other parents for the emigration. According to authorities, the family was last seen on January 19.

Reiniger-Egler begged her father to “put an end to this nightmare” and get in touch with her. “The girls can’t run away their whole lives,” she said through tears. She vowed not to take legal action against her former partner if she could only see her daughter again.

According to her lawyer Stephan Schultheiss, the emigrants were aiming for a settlement of German corona vaccination opponents. The adults are wanted for breach of parental responsibilities and kidnapping.

The authorities denounced the “secrecy and little cooperation in the German communities in the areas where the girls are seen”. Prosecutor Carina Sánchez admitted that the police had been looking for the girls for five months “without making any progress”. In particular, the authorities are calling on the population in the provinces of Paraguarí, Guairá, Itapúa, Caazapá and Alto Paraná in the south of the country to provide information on the whereabouts of the girls.