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Thursday, December 7, 2017

Enchanting return: Saakashvili is preparing to break into Ukraine in the journalistic bus


Deprived of Ukrainian citizenship to ex-the Governor of Odessa region and the odious former Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili on Sunday, September 10, went to the border of Ukraine from the capital of Poland Warsaw the bus with representatives of the media who intend to cover his return to the Square, reports “Ukrainian truth”.


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As the newspaper notes, the flamboyant politician went to the Polish city of Przemysl, where he will give a press-conference for journalists.

According to the officer, he will join wordsmiths and the bus will cross the border with Ukraine on a General basis.

According to the newspaper, the night before Saakashvili met with the leader of the Ukrainian party “Rodina”,former Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko in rzeszów in Poland, the politician discussed the prospects of his return to the Square.

On the eve of Saakashvili stated that along with his 11-year-old son travels from Poland to Ukraine, border crossing point “Krakovets” in Lviv region.

Meanwhile, from Lviv to the border of Ukraine and Poland have left a convoy of hundreds of cars and vans of supporters of Saakashvili for his meeting. They are confident that their leader will be able to cross the border of the Square and not going to leave until, until this happens.

However, the Ukrainian police, who ordered not to let Saakashvili, are determined, they have already started duty at the border with Poland, in anticipation of his arrival.

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