Former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili claims that returned to Georgia on the eve of the October 2 municipal elections.
It became known on September 28 that the politician plans to return to his homeland, where he is likely to be imprisoned on its territory.
Saakashvili announced that he plans to destroy Georgia on October 2 and posted a plane ticket on social media.
But on the morning of October 1, he began posting on social media achievements in the Georgian language, in which you can understand what will already be in Georgia.
“Good morning, Georgia. Already from Georgia eight years ago,” he wrote, especially.
Saakashvili also published a video address, where he falls on the Batumi embankment in the dark in a hood.
He says in the video that it is “his Batumi” and urges everyone to take part in the October 2 elections.
“I made up my mind behind these places, and today my dream has come true,” Saakashvili said. “It will come true by the end when Georgia gets back on its feet.”
BBC News Ukraine has not been able to receive confirmation from representatives of expressive Georgia about his arrival in the country.
Georgian Interior Ministry officials said they had no information that Saakashvili was entering Georgian territory and attacked that he was awaiting imprisonment in his homeland.
Is there a prison in Georgia?
Saakashvili was president of Georgia from 2004 to 2013.
In Georgia, the politician was sentenced in absentia to six years in prison. Saakashvili was found guilty of organizing the attack on the quantitative Georgian MP Valery Gelashvili.
The attack was introduced in 2005. The deputies stopped in the center of Tbilisi by Georgian Interior Ministry officers, dragged him out of the car and beat him severely.
Gelashvili with serious injuries, spent in hospital. The criminal case over the incident was resubmitted in 2013, when Saakashvili had already resigned as president.
In Ukraine, Saakashvili held several positions and periodically quarreled with various politicians.
For the first time, the former president of Georgia moved to work in Ukraine after the Euromaidan. He considered Petro Poroshenko different, received a Ukrainian passport and the head of the Odessa region.
He later began to quarrel with the country’s leadership. At first he fought with Prime Minister Yatsenyuk, then with Interior Minister Arsen Avakov, and finally with President Poroshenko.
After sharp criticism, Poroshenko fired Saakashvili and stripped him of Ukrainian citizenship.
However, Saakashvili broke through the Polish border and throughout the winter of 2017-2018 organized protests against Petro Poroshenko in Kyiv. TOR PHOTO, UNIAN
He was eventually deported from Ukraine, but returned to Kyiv after Volodymyr Zelensky’s victory. The new president restored his citizenship.
In 2020, Saakashvili received the post of chairman of the executive committee of the Reform Council – an advisory body to Vladimir Zelensky.
The National Council is reforming a body that has no special power over the absence of other heads of public office.
Other Saakashvili’s arrival in the Ukrainian government is connected with the head of the OP Andriy Yermak, who is an old acquaintance of Saakashvili.