Angry. Saakashvili went to the police of Poland because of the situation with the train

Former President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili said that he was asked to leave “contrary to European law” and he lawyers went to the police.

The ex-President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili wants to appeal to the Polish police about the fact that he was asked to leave the train in Ukraine.

We were going Saakashvili. Police encircled a group of people in camouflage

Earlier it was reported that the ex-President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili on the loudspeaker asked to leave the train on which he hoped to cross the Polish-Ukrainian border. “Our train is a person without the right to enter the territory of Ukraine. The train doesn’t go until that person leaves the train,” announced on the loudspeaker in the cars.

The conductor, which made the announcement on the loudspeaker that Saakashvili has no right of entry to Ukraine, said that the order of its leadership, the correspondent of RIA Novosti from the event.

Saakashvili, in turn, said that it is “contrary to European law”, and that he was accompanied by his lawyers intend to apply to the local police. He asked journalists not to disperse.

Saakashvili, whom the Kiev authorities had previously deprived the Ukrainian citizenship and who previously announced his intention to return to Ukraine, said on Saturday that they are leaving Poland towards the border crossing point “Krakovets” in Lviv region.

Earlier the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has deprived Saakashvili Ukrainian citizenship. The administration of the President explained that he had provided false data when it is received. Saakashvili himself at that time was in the USA, and later visited Poland, Lithuania and Hungary. He repeatedly said that he intends to return to Ukraine on September 10. Kiev said it was examining the request of Georgia for the extradition of the former President.