The state border service of Ukraine has banned Saakashvili entry into the country until 2021
Moscow. 21 Feb. INTERFAX.RU — head of the Mostyska border detachment (Lviv region) has decided to ban the former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili on Ukraine’s entry until February 13, 2021.
In response, the Deputy head of the State border service Basil Servatka at the request of the lawyers of Saakashvili, who has provided the Agency “Interfax-Ukraine” defender Ruslan policy Chernolutsky, indicated that the administration of the state border service believes this decision is fully consistent with the requirements of current legislation of Ukraine.
The Agency notes that 12 February was made “readmission Mikhail Saakashvili’s standard procedure,” because he illegally stayed in the territory of Ukraine after the court decisions.
Chernolutsky noted that the protection of Saakashvili believes the decision of the state border service illegal and intends to appeal.
The long departure of Saakashvili from Ukraine
In July 2017, the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko by his decree deprived Saakashvili Ukrainian citizenship when he was in the United States.
10 September 2017 ex-President of Ukraine crossed the Polish-Ukrainian border, surrounded by their supporters, accompanied by a confrontation with the border guards and police officers.
22 September 2017 Mostyska district court of Lviv region declared Saakashvili, guilty of illegally crossing the border of Ukraine.
On 12 February, a former Governor of the Odessa region was detained in the restaurant “Suluguni” in the center of Kiev near the office of his party “movement new forces,” and then delivered to the airport “Borispol” and sent by plane to Poland.