Former Georgian President and ex-Chairman of the Odessa regional state administration, Mikheil Saakashvili got right to work and reside in the EU. Photo: Facebook
Former Georgian President and ex-Chairman of the Odessa regional state administration Mikheil Saakashvili got right to work and reside in the EU.
The corresponding photo he posted in Facebook
“Today in Amsterdam, for the first time recently, I had a document proving my identity.
Immediately upon arrival in the Netherlands I was given the identity card, which entitles you to live and work in the EU, the whole process took only a few minutes,” he wrote.
At the same time, Saakashvili said that “more than ever determined to reclaim their Ukrainian citizenship.”
On 12 February, border guards detained Mikheil Saakashvili in the capital’s restaurant “Suluguni”. Charter flight he was taken to Poland on the readmission procedure. Then the politician went to the Netherlands where his family lives.
Saakashvili deprived of citizenship at the end of July 2017, when he was outside Ukraine. The politician returned September 10. Entered the territory of Ukraine through KP “shehyni” that in Lviv region, although I was going to make it through KP “Krakovets”. The border got the bus and crossed it illegally, along with 60 others. Some of them used force by border guards.