The lawmaker wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"We will identify all the officials involved in the deportation of Vano Nadiradze in violation of the law. All of you will be held accountable under this law. I personally promise you that. People like you are constantly on our radar, although not to take revenge but to strengthen our state, which will be even stronger without you. We are going to deport or execute no one. You will be serving your fair sentences in Ukrainian prisons. You'll be an example making it easier for us to raise a generation of Ukraine's true servants.
"PS: I hope that Helsinki Human Rights Union will join effort to defend Vano's rights," Soboliev said.
As reported, veteran of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) Nadiradze was detained in Kyiv on Nov. 17. Nadiradze already evaded one attempt to deport him in June 2017 thanks to public outcry and rallies in his support. Unaffiliated MP Yurii Derevianko earlier said the ATO volunteer and three other Georgian nationals were brought to Kyiv airport and faced deportation from Ukraine.
The SBU said that eight foreign citizens were deported from Ukraine to Georgia. According to Derevianko four of them were ATO volunteer soldier Nadiradze, cameraman Tamaz Shavshishvili, National Guard instructor Mamuka Abashidze and Zurab Tsintsadze - a former body guard of Georgia's ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili.