Baby Ivan back in Russia six weeks after birth in abandoned house

Martin Vengadesan

Modified 23 May 2020, 10:17 am

The saga of baby Ivan Pervin who was born in an abandoned house in Kuala Lumpur after his parents were stranded here during the movement control order (MCO) has come to a happy ending.

Ivan and his parents, Russian couple Yevgeny and Natalia Pervin (below), were among 200 Russians who were flown back in a chartered jet that left the federal capital last night.

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