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Poland deports 10 Georgian refugees2009-12-18 17:37
10 Georgian refugees, captors of Wroclaw-Dresden train will be deported fro Poland in the nearest days.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Konstantin Kavtaradze, the ambassador of Georgia to Poland, today stated these citizens actively resisted police during the incident - the VZGLYAD.
22 more, who participated in the incident, but didn't resist the police, are waiting for being granted the status of a refugee.
This Tuesday refugees from Georgia and Russia [Chechnya and Ingushetia regions] broke into the train in Poland and decided to get to Strasbourg without tickets -to complain about poor conditions in Polish refugee camps.
They demanded the acceleration of process of granting them the official refugee status and better food. At the Polish-German border they were stopped and taken off the train. Lech Kaczynski, the President of Poland, demanded the Interior Ministry to provide him with comprehensive and objective information about condition of refugees in the country.
About 20 Chechens said journalists they would commit suicide in case their demands weren't complied with.