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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Saakashvili explained to the Ukrainians, why should be their Prime Minister


Former President of Georgia and former Governor of the Odessa region Mikhail Saakashvili, previously deprived of Ukrainian citizenship, said he is ready to head the government of Ukraine. According to him, he just doesn’t see other candidates for this post.


Photo: facebook.comMikheil Saakashvili.

“I would be very happy to support any legitimate leadership of the political spectrum of Ukraine, if they were active. So I am prepared if necessary to lead the process, if other people are willing to this is no,” said Saakashvili during a press conference in Kyiv, answering the question of why he wanted to lead the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers.

Earlier, the former President of Georgia has stated that he does not need any post in Ukraine. According to him, he is seeking the dissolution of Parliament and impeachment President Petro Poroshenko, reports RIA Novosti.

We will remind, earlier Poroshenko has signed a decree deprived Saakashvili Ukrainian citizenship. On September 10 the former Governor of Odessa region with the support of the supporters managed to break into the territory of Ukraine through Poland.

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