"I know that the children suffer as well, and then they are abandoned and stay here with the mother", she said in comments published on Monday.
On Wednesday, a senior lawmaker in Moscow urged all Russian women to avoid sex with non-white foreign men during the football World Cup because they could become single mothers to mixed race children.
His comments came after one legislator caused a backlash on social media by advising Russian women against getting involved with foreign fans. "Perhaps there will be some but I am hoping not". She said that she has received complaints from some Russian women who moved overseas after marrying foreigners and eventually lost custody of their children.
"The more love stories we have connected to the world championship, the more people from different countries fall in love, the more children are born, the better", state news agency Tass quoted parliament member Mikhail Degtyaryov as telling reporters Thursday.
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Pletnyova said she that she would like Russian citizens to get married "out of love regardless of their ethnicity".
The FIFA 2018 World Cup kicks off when hosts Russian Federation take on Saudi Arabia at Luzhniki Stadium on Thursday. "These children suffer and have suffered, even since Soviet times", Pletnyova, chairwoman of the Family, Women, and Children Affairs Committee, was quoted by radio station Govorit Moskva, as saying. Powar said the World Cup could be an opportunity for Russian Federation to become more open to the world.
Pletnyova is a lawmaker for the KPRF Communist Party, a nominally opposition party that backs President Vladimir Putin's Kremlin on most key issues.
"I wonder what Pletneva will say when she's reminded of Say No to Racism", wrote radio journalist Tatyana Felgenhauer on Twitter, in reference to FIFA's long-running anti-racism campaign. "They are the best women in the world", he added. "This probably sums up in the best way the atmosphere of the celebration and the approach with which we in Russian Federation are embracing this atmosphere".