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Thursday, January 18, 2018

“Kindergarten,” Saakashvili demanded from Poroshenko €50 for the spoiled t-shirt


Mikhail Saakashvili appealed to Petro Poroshenko with the requirement to compensate it for the cost of ruined shirt, which he had removed from her wardrobe after a speech to graduates in Vinnytsia region. Issue price of 50 euros.


photo: Alexander Astafyev

Former head of administration of the Odessa region and ex-President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili demands from the Poroshenko to pay him 50 euros. The sum is now an opposition politician estimated the Ukrainian poured paint on a t-shirt. Thing, he said, was bought at Amsterdam airport, when Saakashvili returned from Tanzania. This ex-Governor wrote on his page in the social network. The t-shirt incident occurred during a speech policy to graduates in Vinnytsia region, when unknown poured brilliant green policy.

“Put on your new shirt and again spoiled bastards,” complained the former Georgian leader.

According to him, the assailant has been identified. He allegedly admitted that he agreed to such a deed for 200 hryvnias which he promised “people like local leaders” of the political party Block of Petro Poroshenko.

“The attacker admitted that he was hired for 200 hryvnias people similar to local BPP leaders,” – said the politician.

Referring to the President of Ukraine, Saakashvili demanded that he “stop this.” If Poroshenko does not have the will for it, it needs to offset the cost of spoiled things.

“Peter, you do it, or stop this kindergarten, or will reimburse me the cost of my lacoste t-shirts, which I bought in Amsterdam airport, on my way back from Tanzania. Issue price of 50 euros,” wrote Mikhail Saakashvili, adding that he always carries a change of clothes, as this was happening to him for the first time.

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