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Mikheil Saakashvili has arrived in the Netherlands, his wife's home country, after being expelled from Ukraine into neighboring Poland.

Saakashvili also promised his team and he would wring Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko's head off and would put him in jail.

Kiev accuses Saakashvili, 50, of trying to stage a coup sponsored by allies of former Kremlin-backed Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych - a charge he strongly denies. "I was given the ID cart right after my arrival in the Netherlands and it allows me to live and work in the European Union, the whole procedure took about few minutes", he wrote and added that he intends to return the Ukrainian citizenship.

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The ugly falling out saw Saakashvili stripped of his Ukrainian passport.

Over the recent months, Saakashvili has been leading anti-government rallies in Kiev, calling for the impeachment of Poroshenko and well as for the introduction of legislation to fight corruption in the country. In September, the court found Saakashvili guilty of illegally crossing the Ukrainian border.

"It is, like always, good to be here", Saakashvili said to the NOS.

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The deportation on Monday came shortly after a Kiev court rejected his appeal against extradition to Georgia, where he was convicted for abuse of power during his presidential term, which carries a three-year prison sentence.

"We expect the rule of law as well as the rights of Saakashvili to be upheld", Commission spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic said. The politician is married to Dutch national Sandra Roelofs, with whom he has two children.

"Poroshenko does not have much time left", Saakashvili told the media after arriving in the Netherlands, saying he vowed to "break the necks of Poroshenko and [Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yury] Lutsenko".

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