Georgia.  Former President Saakashvili needs treatment abroad

It needs special rehabilitation now, first of allWhich is what we call neurological rehabilitation and psychological rehabilitation, and we can’t find them in Georgia, Tweeds said.

In November, the Georgian Ombudsman for Human Rights announced that Saakashvili should be transferred to the intensive care unit to avoid the risk of heart failure, internal bleeding and coma.

Saakashvili in prison in the hospital Tbilisi from October 8. However, he refused treatment there, arguing that he had been transferred by deception. According to the ex-president, this is aimed at “physically destroying it on orders from Putin.”

On October 1, Saakashvili returned to Georgia – he said – to rally his supporters for the local elections. On the same day, he was arrested and taken to prisonThe authorities declared that he could not count on amnesty or extradition to Ukraine.

The politician returned to the country despite the final prison sentences issued against him. The President of Georgia in 2004-2007 and 2008-2013 was sentenced to six years in prison for abuse of power while in office. And he himself believes that the criminal cases against him, which began after the opponents of the Georgian Dream party came to power, are politically motivated.

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