In Cyprus, sperm donors must remain anonymous and act selflessly in accordance with the law. Intended parents can only get general information about the donor’s phenotypical characteristics.
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Ukrainian regulations allow sperm donation as long as it is based upon anonymity and confidentiality as regards donor identity, and the donor passes a thorough medical pre-screening.
The Czech Law 227/2006 allows the use of donor sperm in the Czech Republic as long as donors remain anonymous and act in an altruistic manner.
In Greece, fertility clinics are responsible for selecting sperm donors. Patients cannot get involved in the recruitment process, as donor identity disclosure is forbidden.
In the Russian Federation, sperm donors can be anonymous or non-anonymous. Thus, donor recruitment is done either by the fertility clinic in the former case, or by the intended parents themselves in the latter.
Despite sperm donors remain usually anonymous, Russian regulations governing assisted conception allow a relative or close friend to be chosen as a sperm donor.
Sperm donation is the treatment of choice for many couples who are unable to use the husband’s own sperm. Donor sperm can be used either for artificial insemination or IVF.
Greek laws on assisted reproduction allow using donor eggs and sperm in an altruistic, completely anonymous manner. Besides, it limits to 10 the number of children a single donor may give rise to and forbids the use of fresh donor sperm.
Sperm donation in the Hellenic Republic must be an altruistic and anonymous procedure. Donors cannot be over 40 years old or having given rise to more than 10 children from different families.