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Poland to deport Georgian citizens on January 13th2010-01-08 13:24
According to Konstantin Kavtaradze, the ambassador of Georgia to Poland, Georgian citizens who violated the border and committed crimes in the territory of Poland, will be deported - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The special charter flight [Warsaw-Tbilisi] was arranged, 30 people will be deported.
In Poland in December 2009 refugees from Georgia and Russia [regions of Chechnya and Ingushetia] broke into a train and intended to reach Strasbourg without tickets to complain about bad conditions in the refugee camp.
It also turned out they hadn't been granted the status of refugee. They, in their turn, demanded the sooner completion of the process and better food. At the Polish-German border they were forced to leave the train. Lech Kaczynski, the President of Poland, demanded the Interior Ministry to provide him with comprehensive and objective information on conditions of refugees in the country.