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Georgia’s ex-president being deported to Poland
12 February, 2018
Mikheil Saakashvili is flying from Kiev to Poland, ТСН TV reports. Ex-president of Georgia left Ukraine at 16:00 local time. Mikheil Saakashvili was arrested in the Suluguni restaurant in Kiev earlier today.

Ukrainian newspaper TSN reports that Mikheil Saakashvili will be deported to Poland. Saakashvili will be deported not to the Netherlands, but to a country from where Saakashvili illegally entered Ukraine, which is Poland.

As a reminder, Saakashvili broke into Ukraine from Poland in September 2017.
According to Mikheil
Saakashvili's teammate Davit Sakvarelidze, Saakashvili, detained in Kiev, is being taken to an airport.

Davit Sakvarelidze posted on his Facebook page: “We are going to Borispol airport".

Mikheil Saakashvili has been arrested in the Suluguni restaurant in Kiev this evening.

Ukrainian newspaper TSN reports that Mikheil Saakashvili will be deported from Ukraine to Poland.
As Mikheil Saakashvili’s lawyer Ruslan Chernalutsky informs, Saakashvili was arrested for the purpose of deportation.

"This indicates that the government wants to illegally deport him from the country. We have photos of two buses that arrived near the restaurant where Saakashvili was dining. Everything refers to the desire of Saakashvili's unlawful deportation," said Chernalutsky.

According to him, it is not known who specifically kidnapped Saakashvili, as the people did not present documents. "Now it is important to find out who kidnapped Saakashvili and on what basis," Chernalutsky added.
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