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Georgians detained in Poland could be deported2009-12-18 11:13
Half of Georgian citizens, detained in Poland due to charge of a train capture could be deported, said Konstantin Kavtaradze, the Georgian ambassador in Poland -"Rustavi-2".gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to his data, there were 32 illegal Georgian immigrants in a train heading to Germany. 21 of them were placed in an open immigration camp near Warsaw.
The remaining 11 immigrants, which were resisting the arrest, have been transferred into a closed camp. This category of illegal immigrants will be deported to Georgia on decision of the court.
32 citizens of Georgia were trying to cross Polish border illegally and then move to Germany. They were detained by Polish police on December,15th.