The Polish foreign Ministry has summoned Ukrainian Ambassador over Saakashvili

According to MEP Jacek Saryusz-Wolski, the Ukrainian government had no legal grounds to ban entry to Ukraine ex-the President of Georgia, former head of Odessa regional state administration Mikhail Saakashvili.

The Polish foreign Ministry had summoned the Ambassador of Ukraine in Poland for explanations on the “case of Saakashvili,” said MEP Jacek Saryusz-Wolski in comments to the Polish media, reports “Radio Freedom”.

Triumphal walk Miho in Lviv

He said that, in his opinion, the Ukrainian government had no legal grounds to ban entry into Ukraine Saakashvili.

“We believe that it would be contrary to all European standards, which pledged to respect Ukraine accordingly the Association agreement with the EU,” — said Saryusz-Wolski.

The MEP has called the actions of the Ukrainian authorities uncivilized and promised to raise this issue at the next meeting of the European Parliament.

The state border service reported that previously in the actions of the organizers of the riots on the border of the seen signs of illegal crossing of border and infringement of life of law enforcement officer. Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko, said that the organizers of the illegal crossing of the border will be brought to justice.

Saakashvili with the support of the supporters broke in Sunday through the cordon of guards and law enforcement officers at the checkpoint “shehyni” and got on the territory of Ukraine.

Earlier, President 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.