Saakashvili en route to Poland-Ukraine border (Photo)
Former head of the Odesa Regional State Administration and ex-president of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili, whose acquired Ukrainian citizenship was earlier revoked and who has been charged in four criminal cases in Georgia, has said he left Poland for Ukraine, to the Krakovets border checkpoint in Lviv region.
"That's it, we are going to Krakovets, Ukraine," Saakashvili wrote on Facebook.
As UNIAN reported earlier, Saakashvili announced the date of his return to Ukraine – that's September 10.
"Let's meet at the Krakovets border checkpoint [in Lviv region] on September 10," he appealed to his supporters in social networks.
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