A Hungarian man – who lives in Sweden – is desperately searching for his 10-year-old daughter. The father has not heard from his daughter ever since the little girl was taken by her mother in July 2020. Interpol is already working together with the father to find his beloved child who has not been seen for 18 months.
Levente Csulak has been a Swedish resident since 1990. In 2004, during one of his visits back to Hungary, he met his ex-wife, Mónika. Shortly after, the woman left her home country to live with him in Sweden. Their daughter Fanny was born in 2011.
Over the years, the couple broke up but agreed to share joint custody. Fanny spent one week with her mother and one week with her father. At least, it worked like that
until July 2020, when suddenly both the mother and the little girl disappeared.
As the Hungarian news portal Blikk reports, this is not the first time that the woman took the little girl away from her father. Mónika had previously asked the father to allow her to move to Stockholm with their daughter, more than 400 kilometres away, but Levente did not agree. Despite the father’s objection, the woman took the decision which meant that Levente could not see his daughter for two months. According to the distressed man, his ex-wife had also accused him of abuse which was proven to be a lie.
The Hungarian man is now desperately searching for his beloved daughter.
Fanny’s disappearance is already under investigation by Interpol.
The last time Levente saw his daughter was on 17th June 2020, when he dropped Fanny off at school. He only spoke to her on the phone a month later. Although Fanny had always been a cheerful happy child, at that time she hardly wanted to talk. She said goodbye by whispering “I love you, Dad”. Those were her last words before her disapperance. Three days later, the woman was supposed to take back the child to Levente, but this did not happen. Since then, Levente has not been able to reach his daughter. The telephone is turned off. According to the desperate father, his ex-wife must have kidnapped their daughter.
One month after Fanny’s disappearance, authorities received a report that mother and daughter had been quarantined in a village in Fejér County, Hungary. However, by the time the police arrived, they were already gone. The house was owned by a friend of the woman, who did not know that the mother and her child were on the run from the authorities.
The concerned father is in great despair. He feels helpless that he does not know anything about Fanny. Levente says he will never give up the hope that one day he can finally embrace his daughter in his arms again.