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Another group of Georgians to be deported from Poland2010-06-16 12:54
Another deportation of Georgian citizens from Poland is expected in end June, announced Konstantin Kavtaradze, the Ambassador Plenipotentiary and Extraordinary to Poland, in the air of the First Channel of Public TV of Georgia - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We received information that another flight of Georgian citizens, deported from Poland, will take place on June 29th," the ambassador said.
He added he had information about the number of deported, as the polish side gave no due data to the embassy.
The ambassador only specified that in the 6 months of this year, 167 Georgian citizens were deported from Poland.
Previously Nino Katamadze, the deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia, commented upon messages of the closing 5 out of 19 centers for refugees in Poland, and said "Georgian Foreign Ministry will favour return of Georgian citizens to Motherland in case of closing the refugees' centers in Poland."
According to the Ministry, about 2 000 Georgians are staying in Poland illegally.