The Prosecutor General of Ukraine stated that it did not interfere in the situation.

© Photo : an Account of the GPU in FacebookГенеральный Prosecutor of Ukraine Yury Lutsenk. Archive photoThe Prosecutor General of Ukraine stated that it did not interfere in the situation.© Photo : an Account of the GPU in Facebook

The Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko said on Wednesday that it does not interfere in the situation with the ex-President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili, but the court must assign him a ticket.

Deprived of Ukrainian citizenship Saakashvili on 10 September with the support of the supporters broke through the cordon of guards and law enforcement officers at the checkpoint «shehyni» and got on the territory of Ukraine from Poland. Criminal case under five articles, including, the organization of illegal transportation of persons across the border and resisting law enforcement.

«Saakashvili has to pay the fine and to issue a document that will allow him to stay on the territory of Ukraine. This case involved the court in the Lviv region. I am convinced that he will make the decision in accordance with the law. I’m not getting involved» — quoted Lutsenko UNIAN news Agency.

However, according to him, those who advised Saakashvili and arranged for his illegal crossing of the border, are subject to criminal liability. At present investigative actions are carried out against persons who were present at the scene, including members of Parliament.

Saakashvili said that didn’t break the law when crossing the border and intends to defend in court their Ukrainian citizenship. He claims that law enforcement officers during the search «stolen his passport,» the police, however, has denied this claim. The lawyer Saakashvili has submitted to the migration service of Ukraine a statement on the recognition of his client by the person in need of complementary protection state to prevent the extradition policy of Ukraine to Georgia.

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