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    Former governor Mikheil Saakashvili ‘forces entry’ to Ukraine
    Sep11

    Former governor Mikheil Saakashvili ‘forces entry’ to Ukraine

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    Dmitri Teperik: A turning point for Ukraine’s national resilience
    Sep11

    Dmitri Teperik: A turning point for Ukraine’s national resilience

    In a few months, Ukraine will commemorate the fourth anniversary of its rebirth as a nation in a military conflict with Russia that has initiated many previously badly missed reforms, changed the security perceptions of many Ukrainians, and reshaped societal values while continuing to influence the country’s socio-economic development....

    Saakashvili to give a press conference in Ukraine. Live
    Sep11

    Saakashvili to give a press conference in Ukraine. Live

    Ex-governor of Odessa, former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, who has been deprived of Ukrainian citizenship and crossed the Poland-Ukraine border on Sunday, is now giving a press conference in Ukraine. He stated that he is in Ukraine on a legal basis. …read more Source:...

    Crimean Tatar leader Chiygoz jailed by Russian court
    Sep11

    Crimean Tatar leader Chiygoz jailed by Russian court

    Akhtem Chiygoz is given eight years for stirring up protest against Russia’s takeover of Crimea. …read more Source:...

    Crimean Tatar leader jailed for stirring anti-Russia protests
    Sep11

    Crimean Tatar leader jailed for stirring anti-Russia protests

    SIMFEROPOL – A court in Crimea handed down a prison sentence of eight years on Monday to a Crimean Tatar leader, Ahtem Chiygoz, found guilty of stirring up mass disorder, his lawyer told Reuters. , In 2014, Chiygoz led crowds of Crimean Tatars in street protests against Russia’s annexation of the peninsula from Ukraine. The disorder...

    Saakasvhili stranded on Polish-Ukrainian border for hours.
    Sep11

    Saakasvhili stranded on Polish-Ukrainian border for hours.

    Former Georgian President and governor of the Ukrainian region of Odessa Mikheil Saakashvili, was stranded on the Polish-Ukrainian border for hours before his supporters helped him force his way into the country. Saakashvili was traveling by train which was stopped in Przemyśl as Ukrainian border guards denied him entry. He was joined by hundreds...

    Saakashvili Supporters Force Entry Into Ukraine

    Supporters of Mikheil Saakashvili, the former Georgian president and ex-governor of Ukraine’s Odesa Oblast, managed to get him through a Polish-Ukrainian border crossing near the village of Shehyni in Ukraine late on September 10. Ukrainian authorities had previously stopped him from entering the country by train earlier that day. RFE/RL...

    Ex-Leader, Now a Man Without a Country, Slips Into Ukraine
    Sep11

    Ex-Leader, Now a Man Without a Country, Slips Into Ukraine

    Mikheil Saakashvili, a former president of Georgia who is stripped of citizenship there and in Ukraine, is an exceptional position: He’s a stateless ex-head of state. …read more Source: The New York...

    WATCH: Saakashvili Breaks Through Ukrainian Border With Help of Supporters
    Sep11

    WATCH: Saakashvili Breaks Through Ukrainian Border With Help of Supporters

    KIEV (Sputnik) — Slobodyan said Saakashvili “illegally crossed the border” as he and his supporters did not pass through security checks. “The crowd… broke through the Shegini checkpoint… in fact, one could say, invaded the territory of Poland, took Mikheil Saakashvili, started a fight with the border guards and dragged Saakashvili into the...

    Ex-Georgian president Saakashvili forces way into Ukraine (AFP)
    Sep11

    Ex-Georgian president Saakashvili forces way into Ukraine (AFP)

    Shegyni (Ukraine) (AFP) – Former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili and hundreds of his supporters forced their way into Ukraine on Sunday in a bid by the firebrand politician to reclaim his citizenship stripped by President Petro Poroshenko after they fell out. …read more Source: The West...