He also wants to “be Steve jobs in the Ukrainian policy”.
The ex-President of Georgia, former head of the Odessa regional state administration Mikhail Saakashvili said that he intends to return to Georgia soon.
As transfers the Internet edition of the Chronicle.info, he said this in an interview with TSN.
To the question “When will you return to Georgia?” the politician said: “a Month or three months.”
About its activities in Ukraine, Saakashvili said he “wants to be Steve jobs in the Ukrainian policy” and to create a platform for generating new ideas.
“No, I want to be a little Steve jobs of Ukrainian politics. Generate ideas,” he said.
Recall that Saakashvili was President of Georgia from 2004 to 2013. In June 2018, it was sentenced in absentia to six years in prison in the case about beating of the Deputy of Parliament Valery Gelashvili in 2005. In addition, he is involved in several criminal cases.
In may 2015, Saakashvili received the Ukrainian citizenship , and in July of 2017 lost it. The then President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko issued the order for the data that a politician hid in obtaining Ukrainian passports, in particular did not mention that in Georgia, against him criminal proceedings have been started.
In February 2018 Saakashvili expelled to Poland as a person who illegally arrived in the territory of this country. May 28, 2019, the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky returned ex-head of Odessa regional state administration Ukrainian citizenship.
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May 29, Saakashvili arrived in Ukraine. He said that he did not intend to participate in politics, but “stands ready to advise” the new President Zelensky.