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>> Ukraine deported opposition leader Mikheil Saakashvili to Poland on Monday. This was the moment he was seized in a restaurant in Keiv by law enforcement agents in camouflage.>> I was very nicely meet by Polish side and Ukrainian side was absolutely outragous. Totally it was a kidnapping.>> Ukrainian officials said the agents were attacked by his supporters, and had to use force.
> It's the end of the month's long cat and mouse game, between and the Ukrainian authorities. His supporters gathered outside the presidential administration to protest against his treatment. In December when police tried to arrest him, he escaped custody during the resulting street protests. The former president of his native Georgia led a movement deposing Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko.
The two were initially allies. It was Poroshenko who first invited Saakashvili to Ukraine where he held a regional governorship until he fell out with Poroshenko and joined the opposition. Saakashvili was stripped of his Ukrainian citizenship last year. And is wanted back home in Georgia on charges of embezzlement that he says are politically motivated.