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Ukrainian law enforcers drag Saakashvili by hair: he promises to be back

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Former President of Georgia and former Governor of Odessa Oblast of Ukraine Mikheil Saakashvili, who has been expelled to Poland, has promised to come back to Ukraine. In an interview to ZIK TV channel, he said that he was already considering his comeback.

Now he is in a hotel in Warsaw. “I have bodyguards. Those who detained me acted like Nazis and used violence against me,” Saakashvili said.

Meanwhile, a CCTV video from the restaurant where Saakashvili was detained was posted in the internet. It can be seen there how about ten people run into the restaurant, force the politician down to the floor and then grabbed him by the hair and pulled out of the place.

Saakashvili was detained by the Migration Service officers. The fact that he was sent to Poland was explained by the fact that it was readmission, but not deportation, as he as a persona non grata was returned to the country from which he arrived illegally.

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