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Byelorussia showed the door to Sakartvelo2011-06-30 13:40
Georgia continues to assure its citizens that their country is the best of all the states. However Georgians escape the "lighthouse of democracy" at a breakneck speed with enviable periodicity, surfeited with liberal reforms and unlimited liberties. They hold on for the European Union or the Russian Federation through Poland and Byelorussia. However, most often the sharp-sighted Byelorussian border guards nip such unpatriotic efforts in the bud. During the last two weeks some other illegal immigrants were arrested twice.
In spite of Mikhail Saakashvili's desire to drive Alexander Lukashenko off Russia, the partnership relations between Georgia and Byelorussia remain declarative. The sudden cooling of the friendship between Minsk and Moscow turned to be short-lived. Henceforward Batka's foreign politics vector is directed at the Kremlin again. And with such excess that the Byelorussian border guards rushed to catch the fugitive Georgians escaping from the democracy of Mikhail Nikolozovich and pass judgment on them.
Such a regrettable turn of events became possible due to the visa-free regime of Georgia and Byelorussia letting fugitives easily overpass the Byelorussian frontier and then head for the territory of the Russian Federation or Poland through kind of a "green corridor" to become the next "illegal migrants" pouring billions of dollars into the Georgian economy. At the same time the Polish authorities, as opposed to the Byelorussians, are very loyal towards labor refugees from Sakartvelo. Starting from this January they have been allowed to work for the benefit of the foreign country without getting any permit in the migration service. At the same time Poles strive to leave their state moving to Germany, the USA and Canada on a mass scale.
The "BelAVIA" state air carrier flies to Georgia seven days a week. But Georgians in the guise of tourists took advantage of the absence of any frontier between the Russian Federation and Byelorussia and the availability of an intensive railway communication which allowed passing through the border control more easily than by airplane. Nevertheless, the loyalty of the Byelorussian authorities as opposed to their Polish colleagues reached its limit at last. And they decided to equate the citizens of Sakartvelo to, for example, fur-bearing animals or jewels.