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Appeal court does not recognize Saakashvili in need of additional protection
14:59, 5 February 2018
Appeal court does not recognize Saakashvili in need of additional protection

The court session took place on February 5

14:59, 5 February 2018

 

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The Appeal Court of Kyiv confirmed the decision on the refuse to provide Mikheil Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia and former head of Odesa Regional State Administration with the status of a person in need of the additional protection. Such decision was made during the session of the court on February 5.

'In this way, I lose the status of presence in Ukraine. It is another decision of Poroshenko but not the court', Saakashvili reported on Facebook.

Related: March of Saakashvili’s supporters in downtown Kyiv

As we reported Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine revoked the Ukrainian citizenship of Saakashvili in July 2017.

The District Administrative Court of Kyiv found legal the refusal of the State Migration Service to provide the refugee status or the status of a person needed the political defense to Mikheil Saakashvili on January 4.

Moreover, the Tbilisi city court found Mikheil Saakashvili guilty in accordance with the case of Sandro Girgvliani’s murder and sentenced him to three years of imprisonment.

Related: Saakashvili to testify on case of former-Berkut officer

Also, Saakashvili claimed that Ukraine appealed to Poland with the request on his readmission on January 26.

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