Ex-Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili on September 10 found himself stuck in a train in Przemysl, Poland, some 45 kilometers from the Ukrainian border, after railway personnel decided that the Ukrainian-run train could not continue to Ukraine so long as “a passenger without the right to travel to Ukraine” was on it. Along with his supporters, he is continuing by bus.
“Of course, they can stop a train on Ukrainian territory, but not here. Am I a terrorist or who am I, what sort of risk do I present to the country or to these passengers?” Saakashvili fumed to TV cameras on board the train.
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