“No one should think that I am doing well because I write so much. I passed out twice today. Garibashvili said in Munich that he would allow European doctors, and this case dragged on for 10 days, but I will fight as long as I am alive," ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili said in a letter.
According to Saakashvili, after his release he will return to Kyiv and he may not have enough time for Georgia.
A lot of things are happening to me - the President of France, without any diplomacy, demanded my unconditional release at a joint briefing with the Prime Minister of Great Britain.
This is completely unprecedented. The day before, the main French newspaper Le figaro published my extensive interview.
The world famous thinker Bernard Levy published an article about me in the most important American magazine TIME.
Today I was informed that I was awarded one of the most prestigious European awards. I would like to say to the handful of politicians who are still hesitant to give my name, do not become hostages to the long-term politics of the Russian dream.
I just want to help you while I'm here, otherwise when I get back to Kyiv, I'll be completely absorbed in helping Zelensky.
Strength in unity and activity. “Now is definitely not the time for a respite, glory to our youth, glory to all the brave and fearless patriots,” Saakashvili writes.