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Over 20 Georgians deported from Poland2010-01-14 12:01
Yesterday 24 Georgian refugees, who had tried to obtain asylum, were deported from Poland.gt-en-newsitem-inside
They were delivered to Tbilisi by a special charter flight - Interfax.
Among the deported there were people, who in December 2009 tried to get in Germany by train illegally. Over 200 refugees from Georgia and Russian regions of Chechnya and Ingushetia captured a train, heading for Dresden.
They intended to get to Strasbourg to complain about bad conditions in Polish camps for refugees.
They demanded for the official status of refugees [had none at the moment] and better food. At Polish-German border Polish police drew forced them out of the train, and they spent the night in Zgorzelec.
Sukennik explained that foreigners without official status of refugee cannot cross borders even despite being in Shengen space. He mentioned there were 64 children among the detained.