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Polish police settled situation with captured train2009-12-16 11:07
Past evening Polish police managed to set free the train, captured by 230 refugees from Caucasus, who tried to reach Strasbourg.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to tentative information, the train was captured by citizens of Georgia and Russia [residents of Chechnya and Ingushetia]. They reached the border with Germany, negotiations were held - RIA Novosti.
"We used no physical force, no means police has, were applied, bearing in mind that there were 60 children among refugees," said Anna gallon, local police spokesperson.
She added the detained were taken to the border guard department in Zgorzelec, where protocols will be written.
Bearing in mind there are 230 detained, it will take long, she explained and added after the procedure they are likely to be taken back to refugee centers where they used to stay.
People who captured the train, demanded the official status of refugee [they had none] and better food.
There were about 30 citizens of Georgia among these 230.
Konstantin Kavtaradze, the ambassador of Georgia to Poland, said that in case Polish legislation was violated, Polish authorities can deport citizens of Georgia till the final consideration of their request for refugee status.