MP: Saakashvili was deprived of Ukrainian citizenship

Нардеп: Саакашвили лишили украинского гражданства

Mikhail Saakashvili could lose Ukrainian documents

In the questionnaire, the policy allegedly found false information.

Former President of Georgia, former head of the Odessa regional state administration Mikhail Saakashvili is deprived of Ukrainian citizenship. This was stated by MP from the faction of the Radical party Igor Mosiychuk, citing its own sources.

“I confirm that this is true… Saakashvili was deprived of Ukrainian citizenship and it shows that President Petro Poroshenko finally began to recognize their own mistakes. He illegally gave our citizenship and is now solely corrects own mistakes… bye-bye, Bear, bye,” wrote Mosiychuk was admitted on his page in Facebook.

This information was also confirmed by TSN to the State migration service of Ukraine. The publication reported that Saakashvili loses citizenship on the basis of paragraph 2 of article 19 of the law “On citizenship”, namely on the basis of false data stated in the questionnaire.

The documents, which filled a former Chairman of the Odessa regional state administration, it was stated that he is not under investigation in Ukraine or abroad, but we know that in Georgia, Saakashvili has been in absentia arrested.

The migration service said that about citizenship Saakashvili a request to the GPU sent to the MP from the Radical party Andrei Lozovoi, and the Prosecutor’s office referred to the service. And upon request, the Commission on citizenship issues has taken a decision.

As reported Корреспондент.netMikhail Saakashvili received the Ukrainian citizenship according to the decree of the President of Petro Poroshenko on may 30, 2015. On the same day, Ukrainian President Saakashvili appointed head of the Odessa regional state administration.

But on 7 November 2016 Saakashvili announced the resignation of the head of the Odessa regional state administration due to the fact that “tired of the constant deception and corruption”, and promised “to begin a new phase of struggle.”

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