Does Russian Law recognize "nee exeat" *? If so, please define the rights
recognized thereby and whether the Amicable Agreement address those rights.
* Nea Exeat is a term referring to a prohibition from relocating from the country with a child or children without the other parent’s consent. This can arise by either court order applicable to the specific parties or by operation of law which applies to all. Some countries have this prohibition as a matter of law while others require that you specifically include it in the divorce or seek a special order to that effect.
As I have already mentioned in the previous reply, a minor citizen of the Russian Federation leaves the Russian Federation together with one of the parents according to Art. 21, 22 of the Law of the Russian Federation "Procedure for Departure from and Entry in the Russian Federation". The amicable agreement doesn’t change or cancel the procedure established by the Law. Thus neither the Law nor the amicable agreement provides for father’s consent for departure of the minor citizen of the Russian Federation from the Russian Federation together with his mother.