The police are on night patrol near the point where it is expected Saakashvili

According to the Deputy head of the National police of Ukraine Alexander Fatsevich, the police focused on compliance with legislation, as well as for rapid response and suppression of offenses.

The Ministry of internal Affairs reports that on the evening of 9 September, on a night patrol near the checkpoint Krakovets in the Lviv region have taken up patrol police officers and employees of Yavoriv district police Department.

“During the briefing of law enforcement officers focused on compliance with legislation, and rapid response to violations”, – is spoken in the message on Facebook MIA.

According to preliminary information, tomorrow near point “Krakovets” is expected to stay about three thousand people, point out law enforcement.

“Police focused on compliance with legislation, as well as for rapid response and suppression of offenses. At the same time, the national police encourages all participants to this event – to observe the law, not to break the law and be polite”” – said Deputy head of the National police of Ukraine Alexander Fatsevich.

Earlier the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has deprived Saakashvili Ukrainian citizenship. In the presidential Administration is explained by the fact that Saakashvili has 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.

Earlier, the press service of the State border service of Ukraine reported that the guards urge protesters on the day of arrival the former President of Georgia, ex-Governor of the Odessa region Mikhail Saakashvili to comply with the order at the checkpoints on the border with Poland.

In November 2013, Saakashvili left Georgia after the inauguration of the new President. The chief Prosecutor’s office of Georgia in absentia brought Saakashvili charges in four criminal cases. The Georgian side has repeatedly appealed to the Ukrainian with a request to detain and extradite Saakashvili. Kiev said it was examining the request of Georgia for the extradition of the former President.