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Former President of Georgia, ex-Governor of Odessa region of Ukraine Michael Saakashvili in interview to the Ukrainian edition “Gordon” demonstrated the benefits of quitting ties.
The politician remembered the “five-day war” in August 2008, and the shots where he was talking on the phone and chewed his tie. He said that he did not know that he live, and lost control over some important information heard, “man can do anything”. Thus he boasted, saying that others in his place would have shat my pants.
Saakashvili said he was indifferent to the ties with “Artek”, and since then trying not to wear this accessory. “You think, why am I so skinny? Because tie refused,” he said.
Deprived of Ukrainian citizenship, Saakashvili said that he intends on 1 April to fly to Ukraine, because I am sure that Poroshenko will not pass into the second round of presidential elections, and therefore interfere with its entry into the country, no one will. It also showed on the phone bought a ticket.
In may 2015, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko appointed Saakashvili, Chairman of the Odessa regional state administration, a position the former President of Georgia took a year and a half. In the summer of 2017, Poroshenko has deprived Saakashvili to the point of being in opposition to the head of state, Ukrainian citizens, that did not stop the ex-President of Georgia in September to break into the territory of Ukraine and to demand the resignation of Poroshenko. In February 2018, the Ukrainian intelligence services detained Saakashvili, expelled it from the territory of Ukraine and banned him from entering the country until 2021.
About the upcoming return to Ukraine, Saakashvili said on March 12. The politician said that he intends to arrive in Kiev Borispol airport on April 1, the day after the presidential election.
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