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Saakashvili ignores regulation of his legal status in Ukraine, might get deported
20:57, 24 October 2017
Saakashvili ignores regulation of his legal status in Ukraine, might get deported

State Migration Service reported that after refusing to provide the ex-president with political asylum

20:57, 24 October 2017

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There are grounds for deportation of former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili from Ukraine since he ignores the procedure of regulation of his legal status in this country. The press department of Ukraine’s State Migration Service reported that on Tuesday.

According to the authority, the Lviv office of the service received the appeal on extra protection for Saakashvili. He did not, however, file it personally; according to the authority, four men came to the office and left the unrated paper there, without even showing their IDs. Thus, it was a double breach of the respective Ukrainian law.

‘The State Migration Service claims that currently, Saakashvili ignores the procedure of regulation of his legal status in Ukraine. This gives competent authorities grounds to conduct measures aimed at deportation from Ukraine,’ the statement says.   

Earlier today, the Service refused to provide the ex-Georgian president and scandalous politician with political asylum in this country.

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