Saakashvili arrived in Kiev. Video

Саакашвили прилетел в Киев. Видео

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Former President of Georgia and former Governor of the Odessa region Mikhail Saakashvili returned to Ukraine. 29 may politician landed in the Kiev airport Borispol, where he was greeted with songs and loaf. He has already gone through passport control and soon will leave to the journalists, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Correspondent.

At the airport a real full house. Saakashvili meet many journalists, colleagues on party activities and ordinary Ukrainians.

“I was overwhelmed with emotions, because it is very emotional to breathe Ukrainian air, step on the Ukrainian land. Almost a year and a half ago, I was captured by the guards of the former President, and sent me to Warsaw. Today, I’m from Warsaw had returned to the same airport where I was kicked out. I am very proud of the fact that the President’s decision to Zelensky, I have the honour to be a fellow citizen of those 65 million Ukrainians, about whom he said the President,” — said Saakashvili.

He added that he returned to build a new Ukraine.

“I went back to the country I love to tears. I didn’t come here to take revenge. I came back here to build something that I was not allowed in Odessa. I want to join the millions of Ukrainians, with the new President, with a new team to participate in the construction of the new Ukraine”, — said the politician.

Before the arrival of Saakashvili told me that he wanted to do upon returning to Ukraine to meet with loved ones, eat some borsch with donuts and visit the new bridge in Kyiv.

We will remind, Mikhail Saakashvili asked the President to return him to Ukrainian citizenship. In his address he stressed that he did not wish to occupy any positions.

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On may 28, President Vladimir Zelensky returned Mikhail Saakashvili Ukrainian citizenship, which lost him because of the decree of ex-President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in July 2017.

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