Saakashvili denied the letters to Poroshenko and collected March
The former Governor of Odessa region of Ukraine and leader of the “movement of new forces” Mikhail Saakashvili has denied media reports that allegedly was sent to President Petro Poroshenko a letter with the offer of reconciliation. About this politician said in an interview “Strenia”.
“I have them [the Ukrainian authorities] will attack more than ever,” he said.
At the same time, Saakashvili stressed that accuses Clinton of aiding “external enemy” and considers it necessary to establish a dialogue. “We are not enemies, we only have an external enemy (…) This would be wrong. We all need to save one side and to talk about it, including, and with it,” he said.
The head of the party “movement new forces” gathered on Sunday, December 17, his supporters in the center of Kiev on the March for the impeachment of Poroshenko. According to RIA Novosti, in Shevchenko Park in Kiev gathered several thousand people who are holding state flags of Ukraine and red and black flags of Ukrainian nationalists. They will March to Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence square), where we will organize a popular Assembly.
Saakashvili detained in Kiev on December 8 for attempting to organize a coup, but three days later he was released. The Prosecutor’s office petitioned for the conclusion of a policy under house arrest, but the court left him at liberty on bail of people’s deputies. In Ukraine, he is suspected including the financing of protest actions in Kiev on the money of the associates of the former President Viktor Yanukovych.