Stateless ex-president of Georgia stopped at border with Ukraine
A train having on board the stateless ex-president of Georgia Mikhail Saakasjvili is Sunday in Poland at the border with the Ukraine, stopped. Only when he the train would leave, if the train ride.
Saakasjvili will for some time to Ukraine. The Ukrainian president Porosjenko has previously without giving any reason, his Ukrainian nationality taken away from them. Saakasjvili want to go to the country to make the decision to fight.
The ex-president in 2015 Ukrainian nationality received, after which he was appointed governor of the region of Odessa. And then his Georgian nationality taken away from them, because the law in Georgia is a dual nationality.
Saakasjvili was from 2004 to 2013, with a short interruption in the winter of 2007, president of Georgia. His presidency was not without controversy. In 2008 hit Georgia under his leadership, engaged in a war with Russia, where the country regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia to Moscow lost.