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18 December 2018


Tymoshenko expressed personal support for Saakashvili

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Leader of the political party "Batkivshyna" Yulia Tymoshenko expressed personal support to the ex-governor of the Odessa region Saakashvili about the deprivation of his citizenship. On the air of the TV channel "NewsOne" she called the decision of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko about the deprivation of Saakashvili's citizenship unconstitutional.

Axar.az reports citing Front News.

"Saakashvili heads a new political team in Ukraine, and in a certain way he is a competitor - we are not one political team. But from a moral point of view, I can not tolerate such meanness towards a person. Saakashvili has the right to live in Ukraine, even if he was stripped of his citizenship. He has the right to go to the European Court," xYulia Tymoshenko said.

She also said that she is ready to become close to Saakashvili, despite the fact that they are leaders of different political forces.

"I am ready to do this to show that political competition can not use dirty means of political repression, as the incumbent president of Ukraine did towards the former president of Georgia, a friendly country to us. I want to be at this moment next to Miho," said the leader of the Fatherland.

She also added that she will support him on the territory of Poland on September 10, when Saakashvili will try to cross the Krakovets border checkpoint to return to Ukraine.

The General Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine received a copy of the request of the General Prosecutor's Office of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia for the extradition of Mikheil Nikolozovich Saakashvili.

Date
2017.09.08 / 13:48
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