Saakashvili arrives in Hungary
Ex-president of Georgia and former governor of Odesa Regional Administration Mikheil Saakashvili has informed that he arrived in Hungary together with his family.
"My family and I have come to Lake Balaton. Standing near the monument to Hungarian King Andras and his wife Ukrainian princess Anastasia," Saakashvili wrote on his Facebook page, illustrating the message with pictures near the monument.
As it was reported, On July 26, 2017, the Ukrainian Migration Service announced that Poroshenko had signed a decree depriving Saakashvili of Ukrainian citizenship.
On August 4 it became known that Saakashvili arrived in Poland. On August 7, Saakashvili said that he had unimpeded access to Poland with the Ukrainian passport. The former Georgian president was invited to Warsaw to take part in the celebration of the 73rd anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising.
On August 8, Polish Radio ZET reported that Saakashvili had left Poland and headed for Lithuania. Saakashvili said in Vilnius that he was not going to seek a Lithuanian citizenship, although he was grateful for such a proposal from some Lithuanian politicians.